Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis/Maple Grove
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... and a group of about 7 others will be leaving on Tuesday, February 12th to spend 5 days in the orphanage and at precious moments....then 5 of us from that team will be joining the "Bridge Builder's" team from MN and traveling about 4 hours (by bus) to more rural areas of Guatemala where we will be involved in things like building homes, operating medical and dental clinics, installing water filters, doing home ...
... home. Here is the saga of his long journey. When we visited the kids in March, we found that a lizard had hitchhiked the 1800 miles from our home. Fast forward to late June and suddenly a lizard makes an appearance in the driveway. Now, with the understanding that this species is not found in Minneapolis and that the likelihood of a second lizard making the trip from Florida, we must assume that Bugsy is our ...
... feet, but the way the boat is moving, I’m not sure how I’ll make it. Then the Australian gentleman offers me his hand, and I gratefully use it to navigate the heaving deck.
I feel so much better! Except for the cold, and the wet. I should have worn my long underwear, I think, shivering. And my raincoat. After about fifteen minutes, I decide I feel well enough to go inside. Again, I wait for a calm moment and dash the three steps from the railing to the ...
... that I wasn't exaggerating the hairy trip we've endured with Papa Bear behind the wheel. Sauli has decided that Peter can join him on his planned visit to the optometrist this week. Ruth and Paul arrived home sometime after dinner and more laughing continued over the happenings of today. Paul greeted us humorously, saying, "welcome to Minnesorta" and I couldn't help pondering who previously had pronounced Minnesota like that. It took until the ...
... of a two-hour train ride to Leeds. Phew! I think that's all. I won't even begin to address the many orientation events I'm supposed to attend because it makes my head spin just thinking about them.
If all goes well the next time you'll hear from me I'll be on English soil. See you ...