H. S. Clay House B & B and Guest Cottaage
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... t be long enough for him. I just emailed Elizabeth to tell her that we want to go somewhere once we get the RV unloaded to camp for one night and enjoy how nice this RV is prior to returning it.
Joe and I just went to fill up the RV and put in 47 gallons to fill it, and it registers that we're getting about 9 miles to the gallon (but that was based on Joe's drive back from Elkhart yesterday, and doesn't take into account how loaded down it is ...
Please read this passage from Leo Tolstoy's classic, The Kingdom of God Is Within You, for our final lesson.
It is asserted that, in order that the unstable order of things,established in one corner of the world for a few men, may not be destroyed, you ought to commit acts of violence which destroy the eternal and immutable order established by God and by reason. Can that possibly be?
And therefore you cannot but reflect on ...
Fireflies! Yes, for the first time in our lives,(neophytes that we are),we see fireflies through the open flap in our tent. Scott is beside himself with excitement!
We arrived at Steamboat Junction at dark last night. Clean showers in unique and uber clean little huts and rest rooms. Not another soul in sight. Everything seems to be on the honor system. We couldn't find any check in system, but there was a sign saying there were sodas and goodies ...
... I’ll make it happen”. So, even when it is God who is calling you, there is going to be FEAR no matter who you are!
So back to my quote from earlier, I often get discouraged that I cannot help everyone because I am just one person. One grain of sand. An ordinary person. I recall working with many of my students with Autism and as teachers, we often found delight in the smallest of accomplishments such as learning to say the words “my ...
... Guy plug at the end of this entry. Skip ahead and read it if you feel like I bag on him too much.
We pedaled into Augusta and to be honest, we still aren't sure how far we went. Before we left, I did the math and figured it was about 15 miles. When I reported my findings, the troops were excited about having a short day. We rode on for a while, then Guy did the math and announced that ...