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Year One — 8 Comments

  1. I am so glad to know about your blog, albeit one year after your ini­ti­a­tion into becom­ing a Mid­west­ern­er! I hail from Mis­souri and can't wait to read your posts.

  2. Hi Susan, thanks for vis­it­ing! You can start with Kin­da a year ago and catch up to date. Just sayin’.

  3. I guess Nextdoor​.com is nation­wide because I believe we have that in my neigh­bor­hood in Berke­ley, CA. Small world and get­ting small­er. I love read­ing your blog because I get a very detailed and fla­vor­ful descrip­tion of the area and, if I were ever to vis­it, I would want to look for cer­tain places. Kin­da like when I went all over Port­land, Ore­gon in May of 2006 look­ing for all places used in the movie, What the Bleep Do We Know? Found pret­ty much every one except the church. Thanks again.

  4. You're so wel­come! Yes, Nextdoor is every­where; we par­tic­i­pat­ed in Gro­ton too. Do come vis­it. Pret­ty sure the trains run here. The church in What the Bleep… could have been in Van­cou­ver (which is the loca­tion for almost every­thing cin­e­ma-wise you can't fig­ure out the loca­tion for).

  5. It has been won­der­ful to hear about your expe­ri­ences. We could so eas­i­ly feel your pres­ence and hear your voice in every one of your post­ings. Bet­ter than if you had writ­ten let­ters.

  6. Keep them com­ing here, Kei­th. We enjoy read­ing them. We still need to get togeth­er for stuff so we can add to your blog. Of course, peo­ple can always look at my FB time­line over the last four years to get a feel for Min­neso­ta peo­ple, places and things. Hi to Katharyn.

  7. I par­tic­u­lar­ly like the phrase “came into res­o­nance.” Not enough peo­ple notice that each local area has its own res­o­nant fre­quen­cies (food, cus­toms, etc.) and it’s won­der­ful that you two are sen­si­tive to this. Two of the strengths of this blog come from your care with words, and life.

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