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to the north

Posted on June 4, 2012

Today, we embarked on a journey of over 4,000 miles to visit some of the last remaining glaciers which were once prevalent in North America. Our excursion encompasses many diverse ecosystems and altitudes; on Saturday, I was below sea-level, and by tonight we'll be over a mile above it. We are crossing the plains at present, impressed by the expansive and largely uninhabited region known as "Kansas."

Rest assured, there will be reports of the flora and fauna present in Wyoming and Montana.

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  1. I LIVE IN THE NORTH AND I EAT TOURISTS WHILE PLAYING SONGS ON MY LUTE

    I AM THE MINSTREL MONSTER-EL

  2. Kansas is so flat (HOW FLAT IS IT?), Kansas is so flat you can see the state on the other side because there is literally nothing to see in Kansas.

    Well, maybe corn. I dont know what they grow there.

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