Becoming The Oldest Daughter

Lindsay Myron
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From the distance Munkh and Gerlee’s home was but a speck in the seemingly endless Delgerkhaan horizon. About to begin my eight day home-stay with a Mongolian herder family, the anticipation of my arrival was beginning to set my nerves on edge. For herding families, the fall months are filled with pre-winter preparations, and I was afraid that my new family would be wasting precious pre-season hours and energy teaching a clumsy American how to live the way the Mongols have lived for centuries.

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Posted on 6/29/2010 by

Daniel K

Daniel K

Failed? or unintended results? I'm sure that you would easily surpass my milking abilities.

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