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... died down, they let us know they thought they would stay the night in Great Bend, Kansas.They all wanted updates on the U.S. Open......sleep in late tomorrow Gentlemen...you deserve it...Happy Father's Day...know that your families are with you in spirit and love you very much. Stay Safe!!
June 18, 2013, Ken and Jim arrived in Ken's childhood home town of Worthington, MN today. they have been having fun ...
... 1700 hr. Mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church here in DHS. The church was beautifully decorated, the Mass lovely. There are lots of folks like us in the pews- visiting Snow Birds who have migrated to Desert Hot Springs for the winter.
To our family and our friends and readers:
SAFE AND PEACEFUL
... along with the local weather forecast. This is an extremely hazardous place.
Yesterday morning Betsy and I went to the onsite golf course where she played with her girl friends. And a nicer bunch of people you couldn't wish to meet. This is a pretty idealic lifestyle, if only someone would turn the suna down and move the fault line.
In the afernoon we went up the Palm ...
... a year had passed when we did "Hotcakes for Hope." It's events like those that help me keep time in perspective.
Last but not least, Amanda and I just got back to campus because we went home to see our friend Jessie. Jessie has grown up with us and she is considered to be a sister more than just a friend. Anyways, she graduated from boot camp and became a Marine this past weekend. She was in Parris Island, South Carolina for the past three months and was only ...
... end of it all. There's a rough draft to our plans (chasing the warmer seasons around the US, counter clockwise), but we want to see where the road takes us. We are throwing caution to the wind, a bit, by not having any set dates. If we love a place, we stay longer. If we hear of a place that's a must see, we go. We get bored, we move on. After all, we are traveling by RV and have no reservations.
Well, that's not entirely true as ...