All we did was just, the trucks pulled up and we jumped off and all we did was just sought of dug a little depression in the ground and laid a groundsheet on the ground and laid on that until the morning and woke up in the morning and we were half buried in sand.
There'd been a storm through the night and the way the sand drifts over there, it just travels. We were just pushing the sand up like that to get up in the morning.
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