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The weather during Smedley's vacation was strange

-- It was cloudy on 13 different days but it was never cloudy for an entire day

-- Cloudy mornings were followed by clear afternoons
-- Cloudy afternoons were proceded by clear mornings


---There were 11 clear mornings and 12 clear afternoons in all

How long was the vacation?

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