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... to his new temporary home.
Once we had arrived at my mom's condo, Max sniffed around, ate some breakfast and hung out under the bed in my mom's guest room for hours. Finally, just as my mom and I had decided to go to the zoo, Max decided to come out and join us on the couch. ... so we took off our shoes and sat back down. We had some family come over after dinner with my dad at Cardwell's ...
... like we are having today.
Nuff said! Not going up.
We did get some good photos from below though!
We went back to camp to wait for Kellie to get out of class and got hit by a huge storm.
It wasn't there, then it was windy, then it rained, REALLY HARD, then it was gone!
We finally made it to Maryville University, Met Kellie's roommate, and her boyfriend John. We had a fun evening, but forgot to take anymore photos :-(
... For those keeping track: this is the first Cathedral of my trip (I collect them).
Next up: St. Charles, Missouri. This was a twofer: the city played a role in the L&C expedition and late in the life of DB. I visited the Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center along the river, which was really interesting. They had a replica of the keel boat used by L&C (and used in the ...
... groups to discuss it, we began to ask questions and recieve answers-from one another. As a whole from the entire group, when we regrouped, we came to the realization that through this verse God is telling us the importance of realizing God's will, and responding to it-not our will. It is God's plan that brought us here, and God's plan that will determine what relationships, experiences, and joys we have on this trip. This verse set the tone for our trip ...
... when in fact he was not. The boys were not paid for singing either - instead they were being used while the corrupt businessman accepted all the profits from the events. When not performing they were made to manual labor with no pay.
After a while the young Zambian boys started to catch on, and they were raising their concerns to the leader. For this, the leader called the INS in order to have the objecting boys ...