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... of virgin hardwood forests in the state of Indiana, never been logged! Of course, with such a high canopy there's not much wildlife, but the vistas overlooking the river and the solitude of the trail was well worth the price of admission -- only $5 to get into the Park.
As we prepared ourselves for this wild woods venture Caryn 'hovers' over the trunk to gather her necessary gear for survival in the wild forest--bug spray, poison ivy ...
... draws tourist attention. We saw only a couple of horsedrawn buggies, and they were trotting on the side-roads. One buggy had three teenage boys going somewhere.... probably going to the neighborhood farm to find their girlfriends. We were in need of some traditional maple syrup [100% stuff] and by chance found an Amish farm that had a good supply. What was our hint? One, we could see the maple trees in the far distance ...
Today was good but frustrating...we had protesters all day and more inspectors than I've ever seen in one place for the entire day. I was so proud of everyone on the show because we presented a clean, well-oiled machine for the public and inspectors and were able to start both shows on time to two very enthusiastic audiences.
I had the chance to meet and talk extensively with a woman ...
This is the word the Irish use when they raise their pint and toast one another at the table; the same as our "cheers!"
It's pronounced SLAWNT-chuhh. I'm practicing it early.
As most of you know, I went to Europe back in 2011 with my dear friend, Tina. We packed a few outfits & toiletries in our backpacks, along with my laptop computer, and away we went. We even stayed in hostel dorms. In ...
First entry is just to get things started. I spoke with David Fenney, one of our pastors in the United Kingdom moments ago about about the details of our arrival and schedule when we get to England this coming Thursday.
Today I'm at my son Michael's home in Whitestown, Indiana with his four kids as his wife and mine at Cincinnati's Women's Enrichment Weekend.
Beverly and I will be travelling to the United Kingdom for the ...