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... ready to cement our plans. A return to Southeast Asia is our intention, as Dan scours airfare and I get giddy over the amazingly affordable accommodations. (Do we try Air B&B for $15 or a 5star hotel for $41? Oh, the decisions!) As we nail things down, and certainly as we travel, we will update the blog! Looking forward to sharing our summer adventures! ...
I got up at 6:15 and Larry at 6:30. We were at breakfast by 6:55. I had a small biscuit with a little gravy, a few scrambled eggs and a yogurt. Larry had eggs and biscuits and gravy. We were all on the bus and ready to go at 8:00. We watched Gone with the Wind Part II which didn't end until after our restroom break. We stopped at the Virginia Welcome Center. For lunch ...
... it several times.
As we left Raven's Glen it started to sprinkle. We soon got to Interstate 77 and headed north toward New Philadelphia. The further north we went the less rain there was as it was coming from the south. We got off at Exit 81 and found the Hampton Inn. We checked in and the two men at the desk were with the Warther tour like us. Then we went to our room to relax for a little bit. When it was time for supper it was raining a little ...
... standing on that. We don't know what tomorrow will bring but God knows and He is with us no matter where we are.
Keep us in your prayers and send us a email or text or just plain out call us. We are only a phone call away. Don't be strangers keep in touch with us. If we don't answer we might be in an area with no coverage, leave a message and we will call you back. Just like home.
Take care and God Bless you all!!!
Lee and Neva
... part of the house if no-one was there. It felt a bit wrong to be walking through their house unaccompanied so we were feeling uncomfortable about it all. We found a true Amish man in the other side, thin greasy grey hair and beard, as well as poorly spoken. He was kind enough to show us their wares, all laid out across several rooms and all the quilts layered on ones bed. The quilts are quite an expensive purchase and fairly bulky so we settled for buying a nice ...
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