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... chemical that dissolved holes in the subterranean limestone -- being a chemist I find that fascinating. Today there are gigantic chambers, fantastic cave formations, and extraordinary features -- stalactites, stalagmites, aragonites, and helictites. (I'll let you look all those up!) The deepest portion of the cavern that you can walk through is 830 feet beneath the desert surface and the "Big Room", a gigantic 8.2-acre ...
... the longest in the world. In the highest part of the canyon, where the cable car ride starts, is the path of the zipline. There are 10 segments to reach the bottom of the cable car station. With varying lengths of 300 to 1,400 meters, over 6 kms of travel and with heights above 400 meters, we sometimes flew horizontally over 130 kms per hour on an impressive landscape. The tour was guided by ...
and I said kind of quietly that “God knew anymore would have been a waste” and
he said “stop it, stop talking you will make me cry” I smiled and he smiled and said “no, I’m
serious!” Whether you want to call it
miraculous or not I don’t know, but if we indeed believe that God has a plan
and that sometimes that plan stretches us to the point where we are so
overjoyed to see the end result, ...
... what a day. Afterwards we just kind of hung out and chatted until later when we had devotions. At devotions the theme was how we got involved with TLM and it is always pretty amazing how God has drawn these teams together over the years. After devotions we talked briefly about the work to be done and everyone seemed eager to dig in. With that we pretty much turned in to get rest for the week ...
We pulled out a Grayling at around 9:00 am from Danielle's soccer game. It was cold and wet and though we would miss our girls we were glad to be on the road. It rained on us most of the way for the 3.5 hr drive to the airport. We grabbed lunch at subway, ahead of us in line was a lady that had apparently never been to a subway before, it was slightly amusing. We arrived Detroit metro at about 1 hr before our plane boarding. Baggage checking ...