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... Davidsons work, from Hotrods to Paintings, blows you away, but to meet the man while he was giving a personal tour was Incredible. Just another Money can't buy moment. Willie G, Grandson to one of the founders of Harley Davidson, Spending his valuable time to chat with me, An honour sir, Thank you.
lol, I also obtained my first T shirt of the trip. How could I not!
I think I may struggle to sleep tonight! Tomorrow is the start of Route 66......
... part of the Chicago airport is very different from domestic airports. It was much emptier than I was expecting, which with 31 people and 62 bags to check in, was a great blessing. One of the ladies who worked for Turkish Airlines became very interested in our group after about her 3rd person to check in, and we were able to give her one of the tracts with the Gospel chart inside and tell her why we were going to Cameroon. We saw ...
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We walked further on down the street and came across the Fort Onawa Pub. Sharing a beer with the locals opens one up to many more interesting stories. Jayne mentioned that she had an uncle living in Rockwell, IA, and a fellow told the story of his prison internment there. Then the questions started as to who we were and what we were ...
... the year. Sincerely. Your comments, both on the blog site and via email, have nearly brought tears to our eyes on a number of occasions, from laughter and from heartwarming joy. Thank you for your positive feedback. Thank you for your encouragement. Thank you for being there for us to remember and look forward to seeing upon our return. You were a bigger part of our experience than you would ever suspect.
Ahhh … It’s good to be back. ...