Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis Eden Prairie
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... will come in handy during Minnesota winters. NG will supply us with a parka and we have rented boots. The trip includes seven days exploring the Antarctica Peninsula - going wherever wildlife is found depending on weather conditions. November is summer there, so temperatures will range between 0 and 30. We will also be stopping at the South Georgia Islands and the Falkland Islands. Two days coming and going we will be crossing the Drake Passage which ...
... Jim and Jen had prepared for her and we gave her two drawings that Matthew and Ryan had made. Linda had laminated them so they would keep better. Bible presentations and cooking utensils were given and bubbles were blown. We asked questions of Matness and received yes and no replies. Her Father asked about where Jim and Jen lived, whether we grew any vegetables, and how much precipitation did we get. Then, we went out to see Matness's sleeping building; here Linda was ...
... on the stick which pulled on the string tipping the container and water flowed out. Very clever invention for no cost. We stopped on the roadside in some shade for lunch where we consumed a boxed lunch of a grilled cheese sandwich and cold french fries. Those that could, sat on the ground, those that wouldn't be able to get up off of the ground (me), stood. The final stop of the day was at a school where we were broken up into two groups; I went to one on ...
... break it down in smaller quantities and sell it in neighboring communities. Evidently, the company was a roaring success. These are the types of programs that WV introduces to a community in order to make them self sufficient. We ended our visit with about seventy school kids. We started by each of us blowing bubbles. Now I know that sounds corny (and I said I didn't think it would go over, but...). Try to imagine the look on their faces in seeing the bubbles for ...
Well, it is obvious that we will not be able to send any reports out until maybe, Monday at the earliest, as there is not internet connection in Moyo or Choma, where we spend the nights. I will just hope to write each day and send them out whenever. This morning started with a briefing at World Vision regional office with an up date on the Moyo project. WV started work in Moyo three years ago and has been making good progress. In Zambia, malaria is the biggest ...