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... we stayed the night at the Jonestown KOA. It was a decent campground and we took advantage of just having a relaxing evening. The day/ride seemed long so it was good to just relax.
We left the morning of 9/15 as we headed to WV. We drove I-70 and I-68 West. It was an awesome ride with really good roads. I-68 is called the National Freeway Scenic Byway which runs between PA and WV. We did lots of climbing and descending, but ...
... access to water to our water pump and was puzzled about our lack of water. Our Smart Car loosened from its' tie downs and tried to escape from the trailer. Luckily no major damage. We check it at every stop but we traveled several really rough roads today. That's all the news, except Tom left Peggy in the Walmart with no money to pay for her ice cream. When called he returned to buy his "Honey Bunch" her treat! BAD TOM, GOOD TOM
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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 ...
... Thank you Reverend David Forrest for taking the long round trip to come see the kids perform. I know it meant a lot to them.
The concert went great as it has this whole tour. We really appreciate the Mosiers for helping to set this performance up. It was fun the see their tour tees from past tours.
After about 3 hours on the road we made it back to the dorm at almost 1130. Thankfully this was our last night and the kids can sleep on the bus ...
Woke up for another early breakfast then back to the dorm for Bible study and devotion time. We traveled to Trinity Assembly of God for an amazing lunch. This church was built from an old factory and is absolutely beautiful. They have around 75-100 youth and have just recently started a youth choir. Naturally we had to perform a mini concert for the wonderful people that prepared the meal for us.
We then traveled to Tygart Rehabilitation for a 2:30 performance. I ...