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Jul 18, 2011


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Debra Hoggenson

When our son has in grade school our family enrolled in the state park passport program. We went to every Minnesota state park. Paul learned about Minnesota’s three major ecosystems; pinelands, hardwoods and prairie. Paul earned ranger badges for learning about Minnesota’s flora and fauna and completing community service work in the park. We have a photograph of Paul wearing a denim jacket with the many badges sewn on. Minnesota’s parks were a large part of our family life in the 1980s. They were inexpensive family vacations that created family memories that I cherish.

Phoenix Woman

Kvetchin' Gretchen's problems with objective reality still continue, I see.

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