After ten attempts, Gene finally got the giant moth that has been eating his patches.
The Section gathering was a lot of fun. We all got to meet, many for the first time, our brothers from around the section. Thanks to Pat McDoughal for coordinating the event.
Andrew was able to fish his patch out of the radiator with a little help from Kyle.
The fastest time for the 5K this morning was Pat Machado who broke the world record while running the race in his sleep at 6:00 am. All competitors slept through the starting gun.
Congratulations to Bob who just completed his 100th class – How to replicate Indian Wear of SouthWestern Oklahoma using Egg Shells.
Also congratulations to Daniel, Antun, Kevin, Anthony and David for placing 4th nationally in the Fancy Dance team competition. They hadn’t actually entered but were waiting on line for the bathroom while the judging took place.
Thank you Maria P. for your care package.
If anyone sees Dennis, tell him his room misses him.
Bruce Cobern has finally started to make an impact on MSU’s diet coke supply. My lunch time drink was actually colored seltzer.
Patch trading is building to a feeding frenzy.
Kevin has decided to put away all his collected patches and re-collect them. Why would an otherwise stable young man do this? Since he already has all the ones he wants, he want to see if he can do it again.
There is a large wet paint sign on an orange wall in the elevator lobby of our dorm. There are at least 20 people I have seen with orange fingertips. And 1 with an orange nose!
The OA Adventure Crew expo was a good
Time with lots of give aways.
Andrew scored the highest in his round of OA jeopardy – Negative 2700! And won a prize for his efforts.
Tonight is the Hodag and more patch trading.