Friday, July 21, 2006

Today is Friday, July 21; it’s a rehearsal day

We are in San Antonio, Texas.

Photo by Rod R.

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Weather report and forecast for San Antonio

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Today's Menu
Cinnamon Rolls

Pizzaburger Sandwiches
BLT Salad
Leftover BBQ

Broccoli & Rice

Corn Dogs (Pronto Pups up here in Minnesoooota)

Today's Schedule
9:20 Wake
9:30 Stretch
10:00 Breakfast
10:15 Staff Meeting
11:00 Sectionals
2:00 Lunch
3:00 Visual
6:00 Dinner
7:00 Ensemble
9:30 Runthrough
10:00 Snack
11:30 Lights out

Today's Cooks
Marlin, head cook
Jim J.
Tom R.
Jim R.
Jody S.

Today's News
David reports that it's "bright and hot with a few clouds, and a possible thundershower later".

Welcome to arriving cooks Barry and Jim J. They are arriving just in time. Today we have a Food Drop. That always results in extra work for the cooks. The good news is that we are not moving until Sunday, so the cooks have plenty of time to store all the new supplies before the trucks are rolling again.

All of these have happened already today:
Thermo King wouldn't start due to a dead battery;
Food Drop completed;
When David and Tom R. were in the freezer organizing, we blew a breaker so it got "very dark" in the freezer.

Very large "KUDOS" to the Natalia High School staff. The school has been very helpful and just great to work with. They adjusted the AC in the sleeping rooms; provided a jumper/charger for the Thermo King; letting us use their walk-in freezer to store our food until the Thermo King is working; every little request or question has been met with a "can do" attitude.

If you're coming to visit the Corps, a reminder that fresh fruit and vegetables are always appreciated.

John drives (still).

Today's donations:
Ron & Gail Poling - 24 cases (24 bottles, each) of Gatorade

As always, check for the latest official word on tour news, housing sites, mail drops, or other corps information.

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