There was a moose, and he drank a lot of juice way oh way oh
Yes boys and girls this week marks the final instalment of protein chemistry. This also marks the last lab based course I will ever have to take. Yes friends and neighbours this researcher and one time lab technician is hanging up his pipettes for good. I’m still going to be a science nerd so fear not; I just won’t be getting my hands dirty so to speak. I guess I shouldn’t be getting ahead of myself though since I still have to finish up my newly designed smog filter report and present it on Friday. If any of you folks out there are interested in what’s in your air and how it’s affecting you let me know and I’ll talk about it otherwise there’s no point in putting all 7 (yes my readership is growing whohoho) to sleep. Also have a couple of assignments to hand in but I’m floating on air because soon this boy will be out in the wild blue yonder.
Friday night the lovely Nikki is going to come down to Toronto and we’ll begin assembling everything we need for camping. Early Saturday morning Ruben is going to pass by and we’ll set out for Killarney Provincial Park for five days. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a lady friend to bring along to keep him company but there’s always next year. The pic I’ve posted up on the left hand side is at the top of this huge rock peak that they call, yes you’ve guess it “the crack”. I wonder how the rangers keep a straight face talking about the crack all day. They have one thing right though it’s probably one of the most beautiful cracks you’ll ever see (It'll be up by tomorrow night). The pic on the left is Georgian Bay off one of the trails. I think it’s going to be a ton of fun. Highlight’s of last trip include me asking Ruben “Where’s the gas lighter” only to find ten minutes later that he’d left in the actual oven which now had 4 foot high flames coming out of it. Thankfully it’s nothing throwing it into the lake couldn’t handle.
I really enjoyed the trails as well but this year I’m hoping to see a bit more than foxes, racoons, snakes and frogs we saw last year. If we’re lucky I think we’ll see a moose or perhaps a bear. If not I’m already super lucky to have Nikki willing to canoe out into the bathroom less wilderness and spend five days with me.
I’m trying to put together a list of the necessary stuff that I should bring. Among them are some of the books you folks have suggested (Thank you all so much, it’s much appreciated). What I’m asking of you great people this week is suggestions of things to bring along. You see I’m an absent minded molecular turtle and I’m making a list but there are tons of things I know I’m going to forget without your help. On top of that what are a couple of things you just couldn’t go without and I’ll give you toilet paper and food freebies. Oh and any suggestions for what makes up a good trail mix or perhaps some good snack for the trails, Jin this one is definitely your area. Another thing is what’s some great camping food?