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... any day now so we’ll meet baby number 2 soon! Matt flew to Seattle on Thursday and arrived back later that Saturday afternoon. On Sunday he flew to Miami for a conference and then on to London and Brussels! He finally arrived back on Saturday morning, the 18th, slightly exhausted! Luckily a nap and a delicious dinner at Uncle Boons, an Asian place, restored him slightly and he managed to help celebrate Nathan’s 30th birthday later that night.
... it shows everywhere. We saw almost no chains at all, not even Wal Marts. No billboards. The people were friendly and healthy looking. We saw almost no lawyer offices, doctor offices, hospitals, etc., and farms were everywhere. The scenery was spectacular and the covered bridges were amazing (Note Emily and Martin as well as the above mentioned).
We spent $1,627.49 on this trip going over our saved envelope amount by about $200. Not bad.
... built and the area where his parents were from.
Then it was back on the road and on our way to Atlantic City. Parking an RV is always a lot of fun, so finding a place that would allow us to park took a little while. When we did find a place, the man running the lot gave us some suggestions for places to eat. I always like to ask locals the best places to avoid tourist traps and to get the best food. He suggested a place ...
... after just coming back from Spain so I did not have much to play with. We found delicious giant pizza slices though, right on the board walk. I would return just for that pizza... We did go to the beach this time. It was not exactly the cleanest or most lovely but it was still a relaxing pass ...
... partners of this new organization began popping up around the country and world as well. Millard got sick in 2009 and passed away on the way to the hospital and was buried in a simple decent pine box, near his mentor, Clarence Jordan at Koinonia Farms, outside Americus Georgia. The Fuller Center now sponsors and annual event honoring the life and vision of Millard Fuller called the Millard Fuller Legacy Build. This year ...