BEST WESTERN PLUS Coon Rapids North Metro Hotel
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... proud of myself actually. It’s going to be great knowing that all of the stuff that I own will fit in two Rubbermaid containers. That may sound really strange to some people but I am telling you, it’s freeing.
I am so excited, and lucky, to be able to spend three weeks in Kailua with my parents before I leave!! I know they will come and visit me while I am serving but it’s going to be great being ...
... One of the really rewarding things about wwoofing is that you get to
know local people well. I've probably mentioned this before, but it is really what made the whole experience what it was. Rather than just passing through each area, it was really possible to get to know the hosts. You almost become one of
the family while spending time there. It's not just smile, do the work,
eat the food, and move on (although some wwoofers probably do ...
... settled here in Minneapolis/St Pauls.
The school is in the heart of the area where the Hmong live. It was orginally built in 1904 and hasnt changed very much. But when I went inside the first thing that hit me was how most of the signs around the building were in three languages; English, Spanish and Hmong. Most of the children were Hmong and their teachers said that they taught in Hmong was parts of the day, so ...
... delighted that the temperature is dipping down lower so that we can really taste the Minnesotan winter bite. What a lovely brother and uncle we have. I'm somewhat relieved that I'm travelling as co-pilot for Peter and that I don't have to endure Sauli's maniac rally car driving this morning. Peter mutters again about how fast American's drive as he tries to keep up with Sauli. We are having an outing to 'Cabellas' …. a hunting and fishing ...
... to our kids (red gummy bears) with Papa Bear (yellow gummy bear) hovering in the background affirming such pronouncements. The carrot sticks also carried a more subtle threat of, "eat them only or else…" Then I placed a barrier of pretzels to serve as a guardrail to the great sugary chasm of ill health if they should try to venture across to the other side where the three 'evil' iced crackers disguised as snowmen were tempting them ...