The Troy-Bumpas Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Leaving GSO 6:05 am to Dallas by AA, then Dallas to Tucson. Jan & Omo picked us up at the airport. On the way home stopped by at Bashar to get some groceries. For lunch we have fried spring roll, only three of us (Eric still at work).For supper, as usual we do invite the Barrett to ...
... weather, poor soil, and the global economic turndown. In this corridor, it is estimated that 54,000 people go hungry on a daily basis. According to UNICEF, nearly half of Guatemalan children suffer from severe malnutrition. The chronic hunger rate for children (49.8 percent) is the highest in the region and the fourth highest in the world.
As a result, over 75 percent of the country’s population falls below the poverty line.
... no snacks on either flight! When we got off of the plane, we were so hungry that we stopped at a vending machine and all got chips to eat until we could get to a restaurant on the way home.
We got our luggage and Vicki was waiting for us in our van. We drove to Turner Field and let Vicki out for the Braves game and then we headed up I 85 towards home. ...
... And I had the privilege of being on stage with a group of our ladies and having prayer with him before the evening began but that's another story!) You can imagine the tears I cried that night! So that 's my goal this trip- to create stories that I'll be able to share when I wake up in the Land of Glory. Stories of how I've shared Jesus with others and shown them His love.
So Guatemala, you'd better watch out, Here we come!!!!
... br> Cheryl made us all breakfast of eggs, hash browns and toast to get us going. We discussed what the plan of the day was going to be and I said I wanted to go see Mt. Airy, a small town about an hour away to the north. It turns out that nobody had ever been there before so it was a new adventure for everyone.
We headed to the dog park at the campground with Momba and Harley and Susie and Ed arrived a while later with Rosco. This place has a ...