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Our Adventure Caravan Tour "Southern Exposure" officially started yesterday afternoon. We met at Grover T' BBQ Restaurant in Milton at 3:30 pm for our Orientation and Welcome Dinner. We have 19 RV's and 28 people on the tour plus the Staff of 4. One couple is the Wagon Master and the other couple are the Tail Gunner. The Wagon Master will leave first on the days we travel and be the first to arrive at the next RV park. The Tail Gunner is the last ...
... just a replica.
It was interesting to hear Steve and Leon talk about days gone by when they served our country. Steve served 20 years and Leon 4 years. You gotta love those Navy men. FYI Leon would have stayed in as a lifer, had it not been that they shipped him out to the Mediterranean Sea when I was 9 months+ pregnant and 9 day late for the birth of our 1st born son, Duane. (Leon was ...
... 160; What is that sound? Awaken by the geese and ducks on the lake behind the RV. What a beautiful sound to wake up to. Even though the amenities aren't much to speak of. God's beauty still shows through. There is an enormous lake with a walking trail. What a way to spend the morning, walking and praying. The sun came out early this ...
... my next journey path. Will definitely keep you posted.
What I have learned:
So many lessons to learn every day.
As I pay attention, I learn more and more about myself.
Compassion and forgiveness for myself and others is soothing for my soul.
Giving AND receiving is important to me.
I am so grateful for all my family and friends who constantly provide support.
Love and blessings.
... in the Big Game Country describing a land teeming with more wildlife than could be imagined. "Zebra, hartebeest, wildebeest and all manner of antelope blanketed the land,” wrote McCutcheon. However, big game (i.e. lion, elephant and rhino) was relatively rare even in the early 20th Century. McCutcheon describes the vast distances he must travel on foot to find lion and elephant. Regardless, McCutcheon and others summarily execute ...