Country Inn & Suites Wilder
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We just got to our room. Had to pick up our tickets to see Little Big Town in the morning by 5 o'clock. Barely made it. Traffic is horrible downtown. Everyone getting into town plus the CMT Awards tonight. Having dinner and relaxing tonight. Fun starts tomorrow! Sent from Outlook on ...
Arrived on Wed. visited with friends and relaxed after the drive down from Medina, Ohio. Spent Thursday and half of Friday at the Creation Museum. The trip down from Medina was uneventful and for that we are very thankful. Thanks Jeff for covering us with your prayers for a safe journey. It is a blessing to know that we have prayers from our home church.
Time spent at Rising sun was fun and Lee and I got up Sunday morning and went back to First Baptist church in Rising Sun that ...
We roll into double-sin city smooth as silk on new pavement welcomed by 100 foot Jesus and escorted on each flank by travelling salesmen, phones lazily dangling from their ears. There must be more of them because every exit offers an assortment of mid-scale inns and motels, sprouting mushroom-like along the edges of the interstate and fed by an even bigger assortment of fast food outlets, some with signs reaching into the sky, taller than ...
The members in Kenya are very friendly and hospitable and most speak English or at least some English. It was a challenge getting the internet many places, and the slow speed kept me from loading a number of pictures along the way. I may go back and add some now that I am home and the net is faster.
You will note that every culture has different protocols that can shake you up if you are unaware. Some of these are:
In Kenya, when a man ...
... odd thanks y’all.
With tea on the horizon we decided on which one of the three Chinese’s we would eat at. China#1 it was. Or wasn’t. For £4 it was an all you can eat buffet. Four pounds, all you can eat! Lets just say the quality of food would put off even the most hungry of bears, let alone a lean mean triathlete such as I. I could hear myself getting fat.
With a full day to explore the Mountains flip-flops, sun glasses and fresh t-shirt ...