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Old 06-14-2007, 11:14 AM   #11
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Haha, the birds had all hatched and flown away before the campers came, luckily. I think we did get it out, but I can't remember for sure (it was several years ago.)
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Old 06-14-2007, 05:17 PM   #12
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Old 06-25-2007, 11:12 AM   #13
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just a thought, do you think it might be possible to hang sheets from the ceiling, kind of like a private room?
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just a thought, do you think it might be possible to hang sheets from the ceiling, kind of like a private room?
Most likely, no. I tried to hang a sheet in front of my closet area last year in my dorm room, and you wouldn't believe the amount of duct tape I went through before I gave up on it. So, unless there are things in the wall that are sticking out (very unlikely, unless there are pipes or wiring covers maybe), you probably won't be able to get the sheets to stay up. Also, technically, in my dorm, you weren't allowed to put anything on the ceiling. Fire hazard and what not.

You are lucky about the room temp, though. I used to go to summer camp at a college, and the dorms were always soooooo unbearably hot. You could tell the camp veterans from the noobs because the veterans would be hauling in like fifty floor fans and the noobs would have a little desk fan.
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lol im definitel bringing yarn and thanks for the tip pc wombat!
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