Fairfield Inn & Suites Holland
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This is the blog I'll be using to keep in touch. I promise to post updates, thoughts and prayer requests as they come, as I am sure there will be plenty of each.
God has been steadfast in the call and preparation of this journey, and I cannot wait to see what lies ahead.
See you on the flip side! ✈️✌& ...
What's life without a little risk? Or, I guess in this case, a lot of risk! I leave for Egypt in three days where I will be joining ISIS never to return to the States ever again! KIDDING DAD!! Of all my trips, this is definitely one where I will need to take the most care, and I guarantee you that I will.
Currently, there is a lot of unrest within Egypt and a "high ...
June 25, 2015
Time to head home! :(
After one last yummy free breakfast at the hotel, we got a luggage cart, which Reagan had fun riding (parents of the year right here!), and headed back up to the hotel room to get all of our luggage, and started loading up the car! Its always sad to head home after a fun vacation.
As soon as we got in the car, we told Reagan to wave and say bye bye to the hotel, so she did, and then asked where we were going. I told her ...
... we set her skirt out to dry in hopes it would be dry by lunch time! Hopefully no one judged us to much for her wardrobe choice! Lol!
For lunch we headed to downtown Saugatuck. What a cute little town, it was right on the Kalamazoo river, had docks full of beautiful, expensive boats that you could charter for a day out on the water, cute art galleries, ice cream shops and restaurants. We ate lunch at an old fashioned soda fountain in the back of the drug ...
... that tomorrow I can attend the Country Living Fair that's sponsored by "Country Living Magazine."
Our plan is to arrive in Virginia by Sunday. First up, Historic Jamestowne, the actual site of the landing of the first English-speaking settlement in the New World; followed by a visit to Jamestown Settlement, which is a living history museum of the people who lived there.
God bless America!