… we are coming home for 10 days. We will probably be groggy and jet-lagged for a few of those days, but that won’t stop us from seeing you.
We’ll be coming home on the 13th and leaving on the 24th, it is not a lot of time to see everyone and everything, so please be kind and patient.
What do we want to do on our vacation you ask? Well, we miss our burgers and parks, so we’re kicking off our return with jucy lucy’s at Matt’s bar at 5 (please be prompt if you’re coming- they don’t do reservations there.) Then, we’re off to movies and music in the park at the Walker till we pass out from hugs and jetlag.
We’re gonna get in some baseball, family time including a boat ride to celebrate Patsy’s new book, hang out with the the nieces and nephews, and all that. Oh, and of course we are going to the 1st day of the Great MN get together!
We’re staying with the hostess with the mostess, Jenni Hibberd. Her place is o the light-rail, hwy 55, which can get us across a chunk of the city pretty darn quick. We’d love to plan our meet ups to be near the line so we spend our time with you and
Other than that we’d love to:go tubing on the cannon river, picnic at the Minnehaha Falls, canoe/kayak the chain of lakes,
sit in your backyard and watch the fire pit, run through sprinklers, go to the MIA or history museum, have a drink at a local watering hole, picnic at the lakes/river, and a million other things we can’t think of, but you can.
August is peak travel season for the US and Korea as both are on summer vacation. The tickets home were a lot more than we expected. So, whenever possible, we’d love to go low budget. Parks, your back yard, n.e. patio bars are all within our budget.
Is there anything you want us to bring home? Korea really doesn’t know what a souvenir is. Good luck finding a postcard, snow globe, key ring, or other tchochkies. But we could bring you green tea, ramien in strange flavors, Korean candy, berry wine, semi-obscene socks, or K-pop cute stuff .
The zoo animals will be staying with some kind friends who will hug them, squeeze them, and call them George.