Jul 21, 2017
Sorry about the tardiness folks! Minute 13 today, minute 14 tomorrow, Saturday 7/22. Thanks for your understanding.
and this wonderful group of young men and women. And the forest he had found us was absolutely magic but, you know, it was a huge forest, I mean, the trees were so large that four or five people linking their arms couldn't get their arms around the trees. So we were camped out beside the ruins of this tiny little castle and we would eat around this great stone slab that served as a sort of a table. And our schedule was that usually we'd start work around sunset and then generally we'd work until about 6:00 or 7:00 in the morning, and then, because the Poles love to sing and dance, we'd sing and dance until about 10:00 or 11:00 in the morning, and then we'd have our food, which was generally bread, jam, cheese, and tea, and then we'd sleep from around noon to sunset.
Andre: Now, technically, of course...technically, the situation is a very interesting one because, if you find yourself in a forest with a group of 40 people who don't speak your language, then all your moorings are gone.
Wally: What do you mean exactly?
Andre: Well, what we'd do is just sit there and wait--
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