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The journey home is long! From St. John's we flew to Halifax, Nova Scotia. From there we flew to Toronto, and then to Minneapolis. We were picked up by Andrew who brought us to our car. Stopped for a bite to eat before making the 3 hour journey home. Feels good to be home, but now I have to face the mountain of laundry and we both have a ton of mail to go through. AHHH, but it is good to be ...
... s house. I headed to West Bend from there to spend a week with my eldest brother and his family. The week was spent at the YMCA, back and forth in the car from the town to the country, kayaking and frustration with visa organization (To be continued in another post).
It was great to spend time with that family and to build our relationship and bond before I disappear for who knows how long. The girls are growing up so fast ...
... Algeria match took us half-way across Minnesota! We'll be able to watch the last two Round of Sixteen matches, including the Americans, when we get to our campsite tomorrow. Haven't SEEN a match yet! Tonight, we'll stay at a Walmart campground near La Crosse and restock the fridge, then it's on to our KOA in Hancock for several days of ...
... Trees - this A frame has a straw bale roof as well and is beautiful. We also got to check out the attached greenhouse, two story office building, workshop and extensive gardens.
Amelia was very engaging and convinced Glenn 'if Roald can build these buildings, so can you!' Now full disclosure here - Roald is also Amelia's husband!
Whole Tree Architecture is truly an innovative, green company. Check out their site here: www.wholetrees.com
... time, giving us a three hour tour and answering our incessant questions. They even allowed Ian and Jonan to climb onto the roof - a very cool roof made out of sod and grass!
Doug and Denise put a lot of thought and commitment into green engineering and design when building their home. Doug is a chemist/professor and Denise is a science writer. Check out Denise's blog here: http://digginginthedriftless.com/