BEST WESTERN Eden Prairie Inn
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Today was a pretty interesting day. I spent the morning driving around the cities giving away my "good stuff" as fast as I could. I said my good byes to some awesome people I'd met in my time in Eden Prairie, as well as a couple of old friends from back ...
... her sleeping area with wisk brooms made out of some grassy material; after the dirt is collected, we use tree bark as a dust pan and take the dirt over to a trash hole. For those interested in trying this, do not use the end of the grasses, but stoop down and use the sides of the grass. I got it, Linda didn't, so Kelly completed the job. Next, we washed dishes with Kelly. LInda was happy to see that Kelly was using a beat up rag for washing as Linda had knitted a bunch ...
... a smile from Kelly). The trip to Matness's house was the worst yet! It was is a very hilly area and Fred was kept busy following paths and avoiding the potholes. The final hundred yards was straight up a hill with no path. The same greeting ritual took place on our arrival. Matness was even shier yet. As Matness was not our sponsored child, but Jim and Jen's, the visit would be shorter. We again entered the dining/sitting area and Linda provided Matness with some ...
... describing their beliefs, their objectives and their future goals. One gentleman, in tie, read off each point - some of the words were misspelled, but spelled phonetically. I was particularly impressed with their ultimate goal - by 2015, they would sell excess produce and meat and receive 4.5 million kwacha (Zambian currency; $1 equals about 5,200 kwacha). Seemed a little high to me, but they had calculated how much they would sell given current prices - this is ...
... with WV policy of avoiding straight aid). We visited a bathroom and a toilet - no description needed. The clever thing was at the toilet, for sanitary reasons, they had suspended a half gallon container for washing hands; however, they didn't want users to touch the container, so they hung the container at a slight angle and put a small hole near the top. The container was attached to a string which was then attached to a bent stick in the ground. The toilet ...