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Met Jim and Sue at meeting place shortly after 9:00am this morning. We're doing the first leg of our journey with them! Nice to have some travel buddies :) We left London at 9:30 am. Good weather - Clear and sunny all the way. Stopped in Toledo Ohio to purchase a hot spot. After much running around, bought one, got it set up and now we have wifi while on the road Stayed in Wapakaneta KOA. Arrived around ...
... where Tony lives. Extremely large houses everywhere in this area made of brick and stone and timber. Just like Orange, you go just a little way out of town and it's countryside and more corn fields. Yet the farm houses and complexes seem so much bigger than I saw in Ohio. Tomorrow Ann-Maree and Richard arrive. They have been with friends in Vancouver. Then Fri Simon arrives direct from Australia. So the first retreat starts Sat in another area 2 hours from ...
Today is the last day here with Cindy. Another 5 children today - Faith (4), Serenity (5), Gwen (4), Jackson (20 months), Jimmy (9 months). All different personalities but mostly play well together. Jim washed the dog (Buddy) this morning. Buddy tried to go the other way, but in the end enjoyed his bath. The kids played together well so was a very happy ...
Cindy had 5 children come to day. Jimmy (9 months), Ella (20 months), Addy (4), Faith (4) and Serenity (5). The older girls play together really well - most of the time - with younger ones needing more 1-1 interaction with adults. Cindy is busy all the day with doing things for the children - changing nappies, preparing lunch, cleaning up, feeding the babies, putting to bed, organising games and mediating squabbles with ...
... for lunch. I had met them 2 years ago and was amazed at how much the boys had grown. Not long after they left we got ready to go out again. Jim's brothers, sister and cousins all get together every 2nd month and today was the day. So we drove to another small town, called New Riegel, past lots of corn and soya bean fields. Saw hardly any animals, just all corn and soya beans. Lots of farmhouses and the lovely red barns and silos for storage. Some still had the ...