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... before Lynn spied one. It looked to be intact, so I relaxed. The next fifty plus miles continued to be in heavy wind, but it's amazing what a body can get used to. It actually got to the point that I got back to my usual left hand steering technique. We've traveled over twenty five thousand miles in ol' Shorty, so I'm pretty used to most of his antics.
We've been having some problems with our towbar, so I stopped just east of El ...
... cross into the state of New Mexico and I am pretty sure at no point did she not have food in her hands.
The next state we hit was Texas. This is a big **** state and in fact, I would spend the next 14 hours in this state before exiting the train at San Antonio, around 4.50am tomorrow morning.
At around 2.30pm fatty next door appeared to finish her snacks and no sooner had she, she buggered off to the dining car for the ...
... to step out of the car. At that moment I started panicking and became worried they would find me.
We finally got cleared and we stated to drive off. Right as we were about to get away, they came running after the car. The american's got in trouble for something and the car was confiscated. I spent the night in a car lot. Later that night, I ran away and ended up at a train ...
... really get out of the US. So far, my airport pictures suck - the lighting is all wrong, I was rushing from gate to gate, and also I'm a terrible photographer (yes that fact is still relevant).
You've been warned! Watch the slideshow at your own peril!
So anyway - yesterday I was Milwaukee-Phoenix-El Paso. Gita picked me up and we spent the evening hanging out in her backyard with wine and Dr. Kitty Chavez. Of course, our time together so far has been exactly like ...
... was reinstated by 7 leaders in the history of Israel and Judah (Solomon, Jehoshaphat, Joash, Hezekiah, Josiah, Ezra, and Nehemiah). Each time this order of worship was reintroduced, major breakthroughs and victories occurred. Over the past few decades, this intercessory worship model has inspired prayer houses to spread throughout the world, and I look forward to being a part of this ...