Heh, heh, not really, but in the last post, I bragged about being away from the snow and cold. That being said, though, it can get downright chilly here in the early morning hours. I’d bet the temperature drops into the high 50s. If you’re not used to that, it seems cooler than it is. I start jogging about 6:45 a.m., and I can tell you that it takes a while to warm up. Of course, after my usual hour-long run, I’m dripping wet. I have to leave my glasses in my room because they fog up due to the ambient temperature clashing with the heat coming off my face. Luckily, there aren’t too many obstacles to trip me up in the faint light of the early morning.

Right now, English classes are pretty relaxed, with only 28 players in camp. That will change the week after next when the overseas players arrive–the total will then jump to about 70 players, including more Dominicans who will also be coming.

I continue to add more photos to the Laos ’07 photo gallery, and soon, hopefully, I’ll be able to start posting some shots of the Montana portion of my time off last year. Stay tuned for more later.