Home is where the crate is!

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Two flights, a taxi ride, and a midnight unpacking of our crate later - we made it! And we only nearly lost Balazs once!

The car made it in good condition (although customs made our crate into a convertible) and we unboxed it to get all of our sleeping equipment out. This may not have been the most sane decision, as we were all sweating buckets by the end. But as far as any activity goes when performed at 12:30 am, it went pretty smoothly.

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We made our way up and setup a cozy little camping nook, and are now either trying to sleep, trying to cool down, or both. (For the most part, both).

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And with that I bid you all goodnight.
-Mike

About Mike Blouin

Michael is the Electrical Team Lead on the University of Alberta Eco-Car team. This is his second year on the team, after taking the position of Sensors Team Lead in summer 2013. He is in his fourth year of Computer Engineering.

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