By Day 4 I knew I was not going to quickly get over whatever I was afflicted with and that there was no use in pushing myself and making things worse. I needed to be well enough to drive back to Florida in several days and that became my new goal. This meant that Days 4, 5, and 6 were spent almost completely in bed. I had food delivered and tried to keep my contact with other people to a minimum in case I was Patient Zero, no one else needed to be this sick. I did manage to take some pictures from my days in bed so that I could remember all those good times...
Day 4 - In bed. Those were some good times...
Day 4 - Staying hydrated is very important!
Day 4 - I was missing a James Gurnay lecture when I took this photo.
Day 5 - Fun with filters and different camera apps.
Day 5 - Still more filters as the day crawls by.
Day 5 - My favorite floor drain in the bathroom.
Day 6 - Still rocking the fever. This images looks the way I felt.
Day 6 - I was determined to stay hydrated no matter what. I filled up the plastic recycle bin on the floor I was staying on.
See you back here for the final day of IMC 2012. Until then...
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