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May 20, 2007

It's all happening

Day two. We have about eight hours to track down the transmitters. We know where they'll be - just not when. Violet reckons she'll be able to tell us the moment each one goes into position, so we're depnding on her - and then she's relying on us to take those devices out.

I'll Twitter any info as I get it. Keep an eye on your phones if you're here on the ground.

Here's a bit of me:


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Go guys ;)

Sorry I can't make it today - next time I think solar phone chargers are a must. And we all need to upgrade to something that can e-mail!




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