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... travel/GPS/rest area apps that I downloaded. (I'm trying to find one that tells me we can make it west of Chicago before midnight and without me having to drive :) Paige is laying on the top bunk in the back with her headphones on singing at the top of her lungs. So far, life is good and everything is running smoothly. I haven't even heard the words "I'm bored" or "how much longer?", but then again, it's only hour ...
... Qatar, but my research has found several occasions where it was both called "The Las Vegas of the Middle East", and "The Undiscovered Dubai". For such a small island, that would be convenient if it really is as exciting as Vegas, or as glamorous as Dubai. I will keep you all posted on my verdict! But because the country is still fairly well-off, crime is very low. One of the teachers at the school even told me she ...
... out in friendship to everyone she meets. She never says no, works tirelessly and exemplifies what it means to serve. Not only did she make all of the travel arrangements, she was also our construction lead. And her Portuguese isn’t bad either! We were blessed with her many gifts and talents.
I also want to thank the 5 college students who added so much to our time in Cambine. They brought their enthusiasm and energy, warm smiles and ...
... we weren't able to take any official sabbaticals. Those of you who know Sonia know she works in international development and while she won't be officially working for an INGO (International Non-Governmental Organization) while we are on the road, chances are she may be doing some kind of light ad hoc consulting. That said, nothing is planned so far and both of us are looking forward to recharging our batteries and enjoying this time off.
After saying goodbye this morning to Dave's cousin, Mary we continued to head North to Fredericksburg, Virginia. We went to the museum in town first then took the driving tour of the area incuding all the major battles of both Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania.
This Civil War Battle took place on December 11-15, 1862The Battle of Fredericksburg would unfold in a natural amphitheater bounded on the east by the Rappahannock River and on the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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