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Not part of the original plan to be going through St. Louis now
We did a Priceline deal at the very last minute coming into St. Louis (I didn't think it would work, but Tony insisted), and I was impressed with how great a place it got us, we were able to walk RIGHT across the street to the Arch! (And of course, the hotel wasn't too shabby either - perhaps the best place we'll stay on ...
We plan to stay around here tomorrow and will probably head down I-55 Sunday.
The motorhome with its new tires worked beautifully and we had no problems. Phil, who
is as handy as Ron isn't, installed a couple of grab bars in critical spots so we old folks
can maneuver more safely,
Except for the wind on the travel days, weather has been cool but very nice and will be
getting warmer as we move south. Thats all for now, TTYL
... excitedly "There's a wedding reception across the street!" We could see on the top floor there was a wedding reception going on. I had been hearing the dj! We watched the bride and groom have their first dance. :) On Sunday we visited Kemp Auto Museum in Chesterfield. It had rare european cars and I had planned this for Jonathan. The muesum was small so we were done pretty early and didn't want to go to our hotel. We did some shopping and as we came ...
... Chongwe for the team on Saturday. Specifically pray for Principal Patson Zulu, his family, teachers Grandson Nsonga, Josephine Tatile, Louise Zulu, Grant Malambo, Mulenga Njovu, Emmanual Nyilongo, Clera Kalmeka, Debra Banda at AVOH Chongwe School.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Sing to the LORD, praise His name; proclaim His salvation day after day.
Praise God for the promise and HOPE we have in ...
... the big airplane structures. When I say climbing structures, this is no joke. These things are like metal cages twisting up and down with some wide areas and some so skinny only sasha can fit through. It also meant that when climbing up, you can see straight through the "floor" to the ground far below. Too much for me, but the kids went up as high as they could.