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14 thoughts on “Visits

  1. A1/4BasqueInSpokane

    Glad I decided to look up an old post today, and discovered that the reason I hadn’t received any blog updates lately was because you were updating. New site looks great! Look forward to new posts in my inbox soon 🙂

  2. Henar Chico

    Yes, I am glad too. I lost all the emails from the people that had signed up. Thanks for the message, I really like to receive comments. Big hug!

  3. Donald

    I can now call it a day…
    “You have successfully subscribed!”

    Success should be my second name.

  4. Gorka

    Hi from the sothern Basque Country¡

    I´ve found this interesting blog when I was searching the web looking for news from Boise, because my son is currently there through an interchange of his Ikastola (in Vitoria) with a High School in Boise. He´s living with a family and I am finding out our heritage in USA. Very nice. But in this blog I´ve found much more than that: an very clever exercise of personal expression of thougts and feelings.

  5. Mario E Urrusuno

    Love that you have taken the time to provide this precious history of our family.I may have spoken to you once many years ago.
    Thank you

  6. Henar Chico

    Hello Mario, of course! I know some of the relatives and friends, and it’s a great story. I am glad you saw it and took the time to leave a comment on the blog. Big hug!

  7. Claudette Mendiola Hill

    Both my paternal and maternal grandparents came to the US in the late 1890’s. I have met some of my relatives when they came to this country to herd sheep, and also when they came to visit. My life long dream is to visit Euskadi. I still have many relatives there. To meet them and to see the land of my roots and all the placces and things my grandparents and parents talked about and get more information on my history, would be beyond a dream come true.\

    Claudette Mendiola Hill

  8. Henar Chico

    It would, wouldn’t it? You should write EITB an email at send an email to cuestiondeorigen@eitb.eus, you never know what can happen!

  9. Patricia Ehda

    My mother and matereral grandparents were 100% Basque. They owned a small Basque restaurant in the Central Valley of California. They were French Basque and I am trying to replicate some of their recipes. If anybody has an idea to help I would appreciate it. I do not speak or read Bascue. Thank you for your help.
    Patricia Ehda

  10. Michel Ph HACALA

    Very interesting, I’m first generation in north america, parents from St. Pierre Miquelon & St. Jean de Luz.

  11. Maitetxu

    I am really excited about your stories !! I am from a village located really close to Iparralde:St.Jean de Luz..Lapurdi and Baigorri. I am from Baztan at 20 minutes from the border with Iparralde. I.ve spent in Iowa working as a teacher for the last 3 years and in June I must leave USA because my exchange Programe is just for 3 years so I will to came back to Nafarroa.
    I would like to visit Boise 20th of May and I might help you learning more about Iparralde actually I have a lot of friends there…I was a Folk dancer ( euskal dantzaria) and I usually went to dance around Iparralde and the rest of Euskal Herria.

    Thank you for sharing your stories and feelings about Basque Country

  12. A Basque in Boise

    Kaixo Maitetxu! Poztu nau zure mezuak jasotzea eta espero dot zu ezagutzea Boisen zauden bitartean. Email bat bidalikotsut planak egiteko. Muxu!

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