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16.1.09

Humperdinkahat

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We are toddlerishly behind schedule so, stumbling across Humperdinkahat, aunt Humperdink’s township on the outskirts of the Unknown Region; we borrow some camels and a map.  Juan complains that the map is useless as it doesn’t have latitude, longitude, scale, or compass bearings, but I remind him that,  in a sand storm, a map is useful for covering the face, and can also be used as toilet paper, preferably in that order.  Juan says that the same could be said of kittens, and that he normally keeps one for each day of the week, but they are useless for navigation. 


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