Minneapolis International Hostel
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Today is the day I embark on my journey. I am so exited to see places of the world that I've never heard of before and experience things I never thought I would. But today is also the day that I had to say goodbye to my loved ones. Saying goodbye to my mother was definitely the hardest. Without her this dream trip would never come true. She does so much for me and I really appreciate it. I'm going to miss everyone but as they say it's not a goodbye it's a see you later. ...
... center....things were not quite as bad.....but if you were in the vast middle of seemingly nowhere....you remained in nowhere with nothing coming your way. It seems like people just walked away from it all and so instead of the “old ghost towns” that we are used to...these are modern day ghost towns. The wind...she whistles through it in more ways than one.
Trail of Tears
We stationed ourselves in the Shawnee National Forest for 4 days. It was ...
... in the top 10 of the 'most livable cities in North America' ... and, if you ever visit, you will see why.
I also visited the Minnesota History Center - the usual history of settlement, native people and suchlike, as well as a display on Minnesota's contribution to WW2.
For example, many of the M-8 Greyhound Armoured Cars used by US forces were built in factories in Minneapolis ... see the pictures.
... impression when we crossed the border was 'Ooooooooo, they have nice roads in the U.S!' Mason kept us entertained with trivia, jokes, and his accents (pretty good for a 12 year old). Ava tried to lip sync a Whitney Houston song... Hilarious! And we arrived with lots of giggles at the hotel. Jessie has the best giggle ...
... is). We left the cups at home. All we used the pot for was to boil water to put into our Mountain House dinners. The cookset was light and compact (you store everything in the pot). We brought a pot holder, but didn’t need it.
Stove: MSR Whisperlite Internationale. Worked great. 11.5 ounces.
Food: Mountain House dehydrated stuff for dinner. The pasta primavera we had on one of our pre-island test runs tasted the best, but none ...