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... of Judges - can't believe we were at a US Bible School listening to an Aussie speaker (funnily enough neither of us had met or heard Bro Jim speak so it didn't matter).
The first study was at 8pm so we didn't have long to look around the campsite but here's a few pics of the inside of the main hall.
After the study the kids disappeared outside to play basketball and we finally dragged Matt away at about 10.30pm for the 1/2 hr drive back to ...
... to finally say I've been to Texas, until we hit traffic. It took us 2 hours just to skirt the city. The roads are shaped like a spider web and we were definitely trapped like flies. They are continuing some monstrous highways as you will see in my pictures. The city itself has clusters of high rises. It took me awhile to figure that out. We were never actually downtown, but passed through several high rise areas. I ...
Saturday morning was our last morning on the road as a group. The one that had to travel the furthest was the last one to wake up (Uncle Rod), so it only seem fit that he became "Princess" for the rest of the day. Out of desperation to fire one back, my dad became "Buttercup".
We started the day at 55 degrees. We traveled from Monroe, ...
... Copper wire and duct tape
· Spare tire
· Spare motor
· Spare spokes
- Whistle, mirror, fishing line and hook
· Phone number for Taxi
· Emergency weather radio
We headed towards Fairfield on the highway that was four lanes in each direction!! We arrived in Fairfield in darkness and had some difficulty finding the rv park we had booked online. After ringing for directions we headed off into darkness and started to feel certain we were driving in the wrong way till Liam spotted the sign. We realised why it only showed the sign on its website!! ...