Dear, crunchy, San Angelo friends....ANSWER.....I KNOW many of y'all haven't moved internationally but you are uniquely qualified to help me with the foodie questions. ::snort::
The military will allow us 14 70lb bags....and I'm at about 9. Heather, sil who is moving to China, began to talk of the things that she has been told to bring. I had been given such a list but I assumed we'd have all our school books and such in our suitcases......I can take 5 more suitcases.
I'm shopping TOMORROW.....Mom's living room is full of suitcases, clothes, debris.... I am dreaming of plopping myself in an airline seat with a good mystery book, a bag of almonds and a tall glass of lemonaide.....and veggin.....not sure who will be watching the younger jet setters in the row. ::snort::
1. I need plane, Tokyo and Bullet train food that I can put in a carry on for Zander. The rest of us have been eating almost anything the past 6 weeks...but we've kept him on his plan. We won't be able to tell what the ingredients are in Tokyo...so..... I'm thinking granola, sharkies, granola bars, small bags of nuts... any other ideas?
2. What things should I buy to take....I've bought a few under garments, books, we'll buy Mike and Jared extra running shoes....I'm going to buy some make up and Burts Bees things.
3. Food - I'm going to try to fill a few suitcases with food that we like since I have the free shipping space....Annies, Agave Nectar (sealed and in Ziplocs?), REAL salt, Rapadura.....I am drawing a blank on other non-perishable food items I used to get from United co-op....Any ideas?
This is the organic mecca of America, I'll be able to find most anything.
Any other tips for flying with this crew?
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