Dining at Suomi gives visitors a slice of Upper Peninsula life and a taste of Midwest history.
Although this does not sound high remuneration, it must be remembered that salaries and expenses are proportionately low in Suomi.
No sooner had I landed in Suomi than the cuckoos came to greet me.
As we lay we reviewed our past experiences, and thought over the towns of Suomi.
So plentiful are they that Suomi is actually known as "strawberry land."
Women in Suomi do many unusual things; but none excited our surprise so much as to see half a dozen of them building a house.
They also occupied what is now known as Finland, but which was then known as Land of the Suomi.
The Suomi quietly retired, and we could hear them placing sentinels outside to prevent any one from entering.
During the ten weeks we were in Suomi we slept in twenty-six different beds.
That Suomi is divided, every one who has studied Finnish politics must know.