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In which Hank discusses birds and finds some Strawberry Hill.


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(Hank paddles up a river in a kayak towards the camera) Good morning, John. It’s Monday, February 12th, and I’m back in Montana. Can’t you tell? Actually, I’m probably on a plane right now, on my way to Montana. Either that or I’m in Montana, trying to chip through about three inches of ice that have formed on my sidewalk.
This is pretty much the most beautiful day I’m going to see for a long time. So I figure, I’d make my video a little early, so you could see me in Florida, doing Florida things, in a Florida hat, in a Florida kayak, in a Florida intercoastal waterway, surrounded by Florida birds, Florida fish,, and Floridians, and me... and Katherine.

(Hank in an airport) Well, it’s official. You’re going to be getting this video blog while I’m on a plane. I’m think it’s the short leg, the one from Denver to Missoula, and I’m in Denver right now.

I am, as you know, a bit of an amateur naturalist, and I’m a huge fan of birds and also a huge fan of taking pictures of birds. So I wanted to share with you some of the birds that I saw and took pictures of while on my “vacation” tour of Florida.

(Fast montage of birds) Osprey, Black Crowned Night Heron, Yellow Crowned Night Herons, Little Blue Herons, Great Blue Herons, Tri-Colored Herons, Snowy Egrets, Great Egrets, Cormorants, Anhingas, Ibis, Muscovy Ducks, and, most awesomely, this limpkin, who pretty much just danced around me letting me take awesome pictures of it, even though they’re one of the most rare species of birds in Florida, and almost went extinct in the early 1900s.

I made another interesting discovery while here in Florida. While visiting my old college I stopped by my old 7-11 and found a beverage that you might be interested in. (Hank in 7-11) Katherine and I are still on the yearly Tour of the Entire Southeastern United States, and I’ve been looking, at liquor stores wherever I go, trying to find Boone’s Farm Strawberry Hill Flavored Citrus Wine.

I’m at the 7-11 next to my old college and I found Strawberry Hill, and I’m about to buy it. So that I can complete the Strawberry Hill challenge. Finally. It looks, really gross. And it costs, it doesn’t say how much it costs. But I only have five minutes left to buy it. Five minutes to spare. That’s kind of exciting.

Guy: Did you say there’s only five minutes left to buy beer?
Hank: Yeah. Hurry!
Guy: I’d better hurry, and make my decision, huh?

Hank: Because you can’t sell alcohol on Sundays in the state of Florida. So I have to buy this right now, or else I’m not gonna get it. Bye.

(Hank in an airport) But you’re gonna have to wait until Wednesday to see the completion of the Strawberry Hill challenge. Because I don’t have time to edit it here in this airport. So, you’ll see me on Wednesday, drinking Strawberry Hill, and I’ll see you tomorrow.