Meta: Safely in St. Paul, off to New Haven

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Well, we made it safely to St. Paul via Detroit. I'm not sure if it was just the luck of the draw, but the immigration lines were very short. We were through in less than 15 minutes. I've been stuck in line for more than an hour before. Kudos to the BCIS if it's due to better management.

We're in the midst of packing up and moving. We're putting our house in St. Paul on the market. It's a small 3 bedroom cottage in Highland Park, if anyone is interested in buying it. We're off to New Haven in just over a week, driving there by the scenic route. And then we're house-hunting, so if anyone has a small 3 bedroom cottage in New Haven that they want to sell, let us know. :-)



I've enjoyed your photoethnography site for some time and if you are in the DC area this summer and would like to go out photographing let me know. Best of luck in New Haven and kudos for operating a wonderful resource on the web.
Sorry, no leads on a small cottage in that neck of the woods.

My husband was readin your comments and noted that you were heading to New Haven & house hunting. I manage an office for a company which covers the New Haven area, so if you need some help please feel free to contact me. Welcome to Connecticut!

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