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12-16-2007, 09:47 PM
Just wondering if anyone has ever been to or been stationed in Minnesota. My husband is a Navy recruiter and we were supposed to go to Sioux Falls, SD. Well my daughter is sick and they did not have a specialist that could treat her. We filled out the EFM and were denied homestead to stay where we are for another year for her treatment. Instead they found another area in NRD Minneapolis that could treat her. So now in the dead of winter we are headed to St. Paul Minnesota. Can anyone tell me anything about it? Thanks, Nicole

12-27-2007, 03:18 PM
Hi Nikita,

First off, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

My husband was in the military for 4 years. We had met in ROTC.
He still works for feds and we LOVE Minnesota.

We personally live in Chicagoland. However, we hope to get transferred eventually to Minnesapolis - St. Paul. It's beautiful country up there!

Its a very clean and beautiful town. A lot of people choose to live West of the cities or south.

PM me if you want me to put you in touch with some of my friends up that way for more info. I have a few Homemade Gourmet distributors up that way in my team that lives west of the cities.

01-23-2008, 01:12 PM
Just came across your question about St. Paul, MN. I live in Woodbury, MN, one of St. Paul's eastern suburbs. St. Paul is wonderful! It's not as busy/crazy as Minneapolis, so that's what I love - very historic.There are great shops & restaurants - especially along Grand Ave. Just a block from Grand Ave is Summitt Ave - the longest road of mansions in the country. It's a beautiful area to walk or drive along. St. Paul has a great science museum, children's museum, theatres, churches, parks. Yes, the winters are cold, but you really do get used to it. I recommend it! :)