Hampton Inn & Suites Minneapolis - St. Paul Airport
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... We’ll hike the Greenstone for two days, and then the Minong Ridge trail for the next five, ending at the west end of the island at Windigo. The ferry will pick us up on Sunday and two hours later we’ll be on the mainland again. Easy.
Zan’s a little nervous about the trip. She hasn’t been backpacking in many years, and never for such a long distance. I know she’ll be fine. In Boot Camp she’s like the Energizer ...
... last in Bloomington for the next 2 months) I had a pretty fun day with my sister. She and I went to lunch with my awesome grandma and we played cribbage. I love that my sister plays cribbage because I have great memories of waking up at the cabin and my grandma/grandpa playing cribbage in the morning, noon, and night. She really is my little squishy and my bellybutton (yes, we are a little strange). SHOUTOUT KYLA! I also got my hair cut (its SO soft) too. Last night, we ...
... on vacations and breaks to other nearby countries. Once I returned to school I worked at the Study Abroad Office as a representative for the College of Business. My job was to promote the program that I once went on to encourage other students to have the same experience as I had. All of these experiences combined have prepared me for adapting to and accepting cultures different from my own. Learning something different concerning cross cultural training during each of ...
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