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... sculpted into shapes of animals, birds and other objects by ancient Indian tribes. We watched an interesting short film and went for a short hike through the woods up to a bluff above the river where some of the best preserved examples are located. It also gave us great views over the river and we encountered plenty of wildlife such as various types of squirrel and a garter snake which caused some consternation for Donelle. The wildlife hasn't been in ...
... interpretation, or application question to each other. My goal is to leave the women with a better understanding of what it means to study the Bible for themselves.
Jim had an 4 or 5 hour meeting with the National and Regional (Bogota) Emmaus directors and together they set up a 5 year vision plan for the Emmaus courses in Colombia. Marcia VanderLaan retired from the field while we were in the country and these men will be helping run the Emmaus ...
Rode down to start the trans Wisconsin adventure trail just outside Dubuque Iowa. When I left the house it was 37 degrees. Overall temp was 50-55 the rest of the day. We found some fun twisties after miles and miles of corn fields. Made a few stops for rest, gas and food and ...
... and Denis said he even heard thunder. We headed out and ended up a little further south than we planned as signs weren't clearly identifying I-20. Then we decided to use Garmin and got back on track. We did see some nice, rural areas in Iowa and even travelled some on the Loess Hills National Scenic Biway. Rain started and wind and once we got onto the I-20, refusing to follow Garmin's suggestion, the wind was worse than ...
... and it was pretty amazing stuff. Yardsticks, bottle openers, fingernail clippers, pharmacy memorabilia, tools, forks, and so much more. It was pretty awesome. He said it's neat for him to think about where all of this stuff has been and who owned it. That's exactly how I feel looking at all of the old stuff. It's why I love it so much! Now, I have a better understanding of where this love comes from.
We also watched some workers tear apart Uncle Bob and Aunt ...
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