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November 06, 2007

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Dean Jacobs

Hi Gabriel,

It's cold where I am at right now, in Nebraska. We are beginning to wonder if spring is ever going to get here.

Cheers,

Dean

Gabe

Hi, my name is Gabriel. I like to watch your podcasts. I especially like the pictures of animals. What is it like where you are now?

Dean Jacobs

Hi Garrett,

I'm glad to know you like the web site!
Study hard at school!

Cheers,
Dean

Garrett

Hi Dean
I like your website I think its cool.I will say...

By,
Garrett

Dean Jacobs

Hi Brian,
Yes, Russia can get very cold, especially in the northern part of Siberia!
For me, Mongolia was the coldest part of the trip. Sometimes it would get down to minus 30 at night, that's super cold, especially when you are trying to keep warm by buring a fire in the middle of your ger ( Mongolian house ) all night.
Thanks for the post,
Cheers,
Dean

Super Brian Thomas

Dear Dean Jaobs,

How cold do you think it in Russian?It was probly realy cold I mean SUPRE cold.I am going to join a club and I think it is going to be fun really really super fun. I mean it.Have a very super day and trip.

Love,
Brian Thomas

Dean Jacobs

Hi Barb,
Thanks for the post on my blog! I hear the cold and ice has come to Nebraska and the midwest, so fall is now long gone. It looks to be a long winter back home. I'm thinking about stopping in a warm place before I come home in Feb., just to warm up a bit!

Cheers,
Dean

Barb S.

Dear Dean,
Glad to hear you are doing well and friendly hands continue to reach out and help you on your journeys across the world. I enjoy your stories, photos and thought provoking questions. It was a long beautiful fall in Nebraska, unfortunately I spent far to many days indoors teaching. The weather has finally cooled dramatically and winter is on its way. I look forward to hearing from you when you are able to communicate again.
Barb

Dean Jacobs

Henning and Kirsten,

How good to hear from you! I am in Russia now and soon will be finding my way to Mongolia.
I hope you were able to save your photos from your old PC.
Thanks for sending me your new email address.


Love,
Dean

Kirsten and Henning

Hej Dean
Hope you are well,but please tell us where you are.
My old pc. are gone out,and I hawe taken a new e.mail adress.
henningmadsen2@mail.com
Love from us
Kirsten and Henning

Dean Jacobs

Hi Bridget,
Yes, the fall in Denmark looks very beautiful! Fall is also my favorite time of year, I love the colors, the smell of change, and the migration of birds that signal winter is coming!
Thanks for the post.
I hope all is well in Nebraska!

Cheers,

Dean

Bridget

Wow!
the Denmark trees look alot like they do right here in Nebraska! Most of the leaves have turned, if not fallen off the trees. All around my neighborhood, I see brilliant oranges, reds, and browns. Fall is my favorite time of year. What is your favorite time of year?

Your Nebraskan Friend,
Bridget

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