Courtyard By Marriott Tuscaloosa
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... Chili's and a caramel sundae from McDonald's, we are bushed and ready for an early night. Tomorrow, we are off to Hot Springs National Park in Hot Springs, AR. It's a long day, but we plan on staying put in Hot Springs for a couple of nights. The weather looks promising, hopefully we can avoid the rain.
321.5 miles today
754.5 miles total
8.131 gallons today
17.403 gallons total
Menu Item: Red Velvet Pancakes
Notes: These amazing, super tasty creations are 3 red velvet pancakes topped with half a strawberry, cream cheese icing, and cocoa powder along with a side of sweet corn syrup
Comments: They were right on the money. The pancakes where soft and fluffy on the inside while kind of stiff on the outside. They tasted exactly like red velvet cake ...
... around the country in different sized Rv's, ranging in size from a tent and a car (Joy and Bob last week) to Class A rigs and 5th wheels. Most of these folks are also pretty handy and are a great partner to our mission.
We also had a group of two, the California Girls, we called them. Veta and Sparky from Berkley and LA spent the week with us and were the only guests at the Y's Acres.
We mixed the groups ...
... of foreign trips, it's shaping up for me, personally to do three this year. I've been invited on one in January to Guatamala. Another to Honduras and a third to Nepal with Ryan and the Fuller Center. That's my three weeks vacation spoken for. Oh, yea, and Bart said we are doing a Katrina anniversary build in Biloxi, in August. That's four. Never was very good at math.
That's all for this week. Love ya. ...
... and not see how the roof pieces fit together. This roof is a shed in the front with two gables on the side and one on the back. All pieces fit like a glove, naturally.
Last week, two new groups picked up where we left off. 1st United Methodist from Lawrenceville, Georgia was led by Sam. Sam, together with Jeff and two of the young ladies had been here before. The other group arrived on Tuesday of this ...