Paddler's Lane Bed & Breakfast
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... in the early 2000's and it's still showing signs of severe deterioration. Leaks are throughout and the smell of mildew is throughout.
All in all, a beautiful design and home.
Incredible also that the cost of all the improvements was around $155,000 and his fee was about 5% or $8,000....
We'd like to see the house again, but probably in the ...
Just to give you a heads up, the kids have gotten use to having big breakfasts this week. There is a possibility they may continue to expect this.
Our last breakfast on campus ended with a beautiful a Capella version of Because You Are as requested by Carol, the main lady that took care of us all week. By the time it was over I think all the kitchen staff was out in the serving area. Many of them (and us) were moved to ...
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 ...
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 ...
What a glorious day of mission work! After yet another wonderful breakfast, we headed to the Soup Opera. February marked 34 years since it opened. The director, Helen, is a member of the church we were at last night. She was SO excited to have us there. Tracy shared with us tonight that she was shocked and amazed when she was first contacted with the offer to volunteer there. She couldn't believe a group of 20 youth would be willing to travel this far to do volunteer ...