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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... boat...10 years ago. But, being nearly 30, I opted for a more relaxed and smaller boat with an option to dive The Great Barrier Reef. All of the boats depart from the same marina around the same time. I arrived to my boats meeting spot and quickly realized the difference between demographics on each boat. I looked around the faces of the New Horizon's (my home for the next few days) passengers and counted about 6 males (not including crew). Not that I cared, but I could see ...
On our first night in America we stayed with Bill and Nancy in their lovely home. We met their daughter Britney who was packing to head back to college the next day. We also met Charlie their dachshund who the girls thought was very cute. He seemed keen on them too so long as they had food! Pat & Chris Goggin came over for dinner and it was great to see Pat after so many years and to eventually meet ...
... each and every day. But as the great teacher put it "by faith you have been healed" and therefore I rejoice in the challenges that come to me, that the glory of God's power may be all the greater.
Each day I have been blessed more and more by the Word of God, and his work through me has become increasingly evident. Opportunities to bless ...
... one going up and the one going down) operate on the same single rail. At a halfway point they switch passed each other and then continue on the single track. We travelled from 1500ft on Lookout Mountain down into the Chattanooga Valley. And then back up again. The ride was actually pretty tame...although travelling back up really showed the sharp angle at which the 143 ton capacity cable winches you!
Final sightseeing stop was ...