Buena Vista Inn And Suites Storm Lake
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of one family who will be receiving a new home. What an amazing feeling knowing our team is going to be part of her dream...
Please pray for these families, the masons, our Habitat for Humanity coordinators and our mission team as we embark on this journey. None of this would be possible without any of these individuals.
... allow more houses to be built and more dreams realized in El Salvador. An individual worked with Variety in Harlan to have 90 games of Jacks donated so we are able to play with the children each day. We will leave them behind for them to play with and remember our team. Finally, thank you to the family of Tom and Linda Lund of Harlan. In lieu of receiving gifts for the ...
... impact. Listen to her stories and you'll understand - I dare you to say no when she's finished.
I wish I could say I will be going into this trip with no expectations, but just like the reasoning above, I cant help but hope my trip will be as rewarding as Diane's have been. I expect it to be hot, I expect a lot of hard work, and I expect a little bit of a culture shock entering a new country. What I am most excited about, though, ...
... surrounded by picnic tables and grills. No plumbing. Yes, that means an outhouse. But this year we had a fancy makeshift outdoor shower, that was heaven. And there is electricity in the trailer, which, as if gifted by God himself, means air conditioning. I scored a room in the trailer, complete with awesome deer wallpaper, while most families camped in tents on mowed out circles. It's pretty muggy and ...
What a fabulous day! Slept well, falling asleep to the dulcet tones of the 3 generations of family next door, chatting, laughing, all relaxed and happy. As well as all the people, they had a dog at least 4 feet tall. Left Galena about 7:15am Central Time, even changed all my clocks.
I have let go of my rather grandiose plan to head to northern N.Dakota and go across Rt.2. By doing that, I realize that ...