Gary is currently in Grand Chute, WI (May 22nd, 2015)

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Against Yellow Fever I Shall Be INVINCIBLE

I drove down to REI in Milwaukee and got most of the clothes I need.

  • 3 Pair of ExOfficio Boxer Briefs
  • 2 Quick drying t-shirts
  • A combo duffle bag/backpack
  • Quick drying bath towel
  • 2 quick drying (notice a trend here) shirts, buttoned
  • Lightweight rain coat
  • Lightweight, insect repellent hat
  • Socks
  • Dry sack for my laptop

I still have to purchase some shoes and sandals as well as a few other odds and ends. I also got a nice, lightweight tripod that should work with both my SLR and video camera. (3.5 lbs)

In an hour or so I have to go and and get my shots for Yellow Fever, Typhoid, Hepatitis A-Z, AIDS, the common cold, hitting your funny bone, and cancer.

Tomorrow I hope to have my insurance taken care of for the trip.

I love it when a plan comes together.

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    You are probably always logged in when you view your blog. I suspect it might be the template you are using not having the “remember me” checkbox??

  2. Gary says:

    It seems to remember my name. It has always worked in the past on my other site.

    I can’t find a plug-in that seems to allow comment tracking.

  3. ND says:

    One tripod option you might consider:

    And get the comments on this blog fixed to remember names and allow subscriptions to comments of certain posts…..

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