Contact Us

We have officially moved back home.

If you want to get in contact with us please leave a message in the comments or send us an email.

We’ll get you hooked up with the proper info.


9 Responses to “Contact Us”

  1. Thank you so much for the awesome notebooks! Maren’s is very cute :3
    Just before I sent this, I looked at the date. If the package hadn’t arrived until tomorrow it would’ve been a WHOLE month since you sent it!

  2. Hi Jen and Jeff! Jen, what is your facebook name?? I have joined (your Mom convinced me to). I am typing with a broken right arm so will not be responsible for errors. What would you like me to do with your b-day money??? Love you both Auntie Moe

  3. Hi, What is your skype name???

  4. Hey Jen and Jeff,

    Matt and I were wondering what your new address is in Mongolia? we love that video that you posted of your friend wrestling by the way. How are you enjoying Mongolia so far?

    Amanda and Matt

  5. Jen –
    I saw you on Ravelry and that you were in Mongolia. A colleague at work is adopting a baby from Mongolia in December and I told her if she brought me back Mongolian yarn, I’d knit a hat/sweater or something for her baby girl. Do you have any patterns of traditional Mongolian hats or sweaters/capes? I’m having trouble finding them and want to make sure I tell her how much yarn to get so I have enough. Any help you can provide would be appreciated. She’s on her way to Hohhut in about 1 week (Dec 9ish).

  6. Good morning,

    We’re a group for 4 people and now we prepare a trip for visit Indonesia in the middle or March 2010. We’re interested to visiting the orangutans in Bukit Lawang.

    Can you give me the program, price and information in Bukit Lawang for 3 days?

    Thanks a lot for your helping.

    Kind regards


    • We actually booked our trip through a hotel in Medan, I’m afraid that I don’t know about pricing these days, you’ll have to talk with someone in Indonesia or take a look at a guide book. Maybe try an internet search for organizations that run these trips (you may want to look up one of the hotels – I believe the Eco Lodge offered tours, but they were one of the more expensive places in the area to stay). The Jungle Inn was also a popular choice – also expensive, but they could likely arrange something for you.

      Be prepared for a good workout! Those jungle hills are steep!! Good luck 🙂

  7. Hi Jen and Jeff,

    How are you and how is life back home? I would love to catch up and have an important question for you.

    Love and blessings from J and darlings 🙂

  8. Hello Dear Jen and Jeff:) I am Inga, was ur guide in the Gobi in Mongolia. Hope u remember me!!! i am really happy to see u here:) How is life going? Where are u now? i think u are already at home RIGHT?
    For me, i am super good and began to organize my own tours… i am working like a tour operator…lucky me dear friends:) my email is
    love to hear from u 🙂

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