Deer Park Inn
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... just so scenic with mountains just surrounding us everywhere. Lots of trees are already changing colors which added to the beauty....felt like I was back home. We also climbed the Polish Mountain which was 1246 ft. in elevation. This was a moderate climb compared to many of the mountains we climbed....almost felt like a roller-coaster at some points. Thank goodness our brakes are working.
We are staying at the Chestnut Ridge ...
... see it.)
Before we left we had our secret pal reveal. Apparently some had no clue. Also, some of these kids don't understand the word SECRET. Lol
Before we finally pulled away for the last leg home, Marty blessed us with a token of his love. He is definitely part of our JNS family. Just ask any of us. We love our Marty.
*please excuse any spelling errors. It's hard blogging with a cell phone on moving ...
We started out with yet another wonderful breakfast then hit the road to Petersburg. First stop - Smoke Hole Cavern. We had our bag lunch then went exploring. Yes, we sang in the middle of the cave. Yes, it was beautiful. Then we enjoyed some time mining for gems and checking out the gift shop.
On the road again to Main Street United Methodist in Petersburg where we were greeted by Ed and Gerry Mosier. After a quick setup in their beautiful sanctuary it was ...
... talking to this lady and her husband and the next thing I know, they were all 4 holding hands and Maddie was leading them in a prayer of thanksgiving and prayers for healing of her cancer. What God-led students we have with us.
There was one little lady in red that was determined to escape. She set off the alarms a few time during the concert. Afterwards, when the kids were taking out the equipment, she started accusing them of stealing her babies. She then called ...
... new people, was the opportunity to really get to know each other and create strong connections. How blessed are we to be able to work with this group of kids.
It's bedtime now with a fairly easy day tomorrow. We have a 2:30 concert at a local rehabilitation facility after having lunch at a Church of God in the area. We do not have an official concert scheduled there. They just heard we were in the area and wanted to provide lunch for us. God is so good.