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I'm a TEMP!
And speaking of temps, Minneapolis-St Paul has the coldest average temperature of any major metropolitan area in the nation. In January, you can expect average highs of 24, average lows of 8. When I arrived back in the Twin Cities, that day's high was -3 degrees, a backdrop for the second-most frequent comment from friends ...
... the dough into thin, flat cakes, which bake crisp in a slow oven. When cold break them up in a clean barrel, and fill it with filtered rainwater. A bushel of persimmons before mashing will make a barrel of beer. Set the barrel upright, covered with a thin cloth, in a warm, dry place, free of taints. Let stand until the beer works--the persimmon cakes will rise and stand in a foamy mass on top. After three to four weeks, either move the barrel to a cold place, or rack off ...
... I have an incredible team at work that is supporting this 100% and provided me this opportunity and taken on my workload.
As far as the trip goes, I have 7 days of a 24 day adventure planned. I only know my first and last stop. Oh it has been tempting - I have poured over TripAdvisor and Bookings.com. I have looked at ferries, trains and planes and have been so tempted to commit to a ...
... go abroad. So I did a whole year of research and I found really amazing books and blogs from people who shared their experiences. One blog that I would highly recommend for anyone who wants to know about how to travel affordably and also just travel advice in general, check out Nomadic Matt. He has written several books along with his blog. You can look up his site here: http://www.nomadicmatt.com/
The main thing that I learned from my research was that in order ...
... as the content being things which we didn't even talk about in class (and my spanish is now good enough to know what is talked about in class). I have since found out my grades for all of my classes and I'm pleased with the results (you should be too).
My last week before my parents came was a bit hectic trying to studying, get organized, and say goodbye to everyone. It made me sad to have to say goodbye to everyone. Just as I was finally getting comfortable ...