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... Nick's side; and Liam fell in love with Alev. The adults were having adult fun, eating a wonderful dinner, sharing funny family stories, drinking beers, and of course shots of tequila and Polish vodka. The Polish vodka, which was chilled in the freezer, was excellent. It was nice seeing Diane and Brian so happy with their life, and enjoying being with their family and friends.
It was another great day on the lake, and we were happy we ended staying in for the ...
... Art takes off, full speed ahead. Yes, another potty break is needed; this time it’s Liam. Another stop, more water, happy family picture is taken, strap the kids back in the trailer and we are on our way. We rode 4 miles and it only took 1 ½ hrs. Not bad. Back to the parking lot, kids buckled in their car seats, watched Artie tear down the bike carrier, load it into the truck, bikes secured on the rack and it only took less than a ½ hour – Good job Art. ...
... dragged around most of the morning. Diane made us tortillas with eggs for breakfast, Brian went to work, and Nick was playing with the kids. Sometime before noon, Nick fired up the pontoon boat and took us all for a ride around the lake. I passed out with Marina in my arms, and Shannon snapped an awful picture of me that she insisted was cute. I will include it with this post so that you can see how cruel she can really be. After the boat ride, I crashed on the couch, and ...
... We had passed the halfway point of our journey.
Day seven was a character builder. Sunny and hot for a long ride into Amarillo. Another challenge, a mild desert. We met the challenge...sweat soaked and exhausted. Our reward was a Limo ride to dinner at the Big Texan. Texas is big...nothing but wide open ranges and heat. Beer coolers in convenience stores were a welcome sight! Pouring water over our heads and downing gatorade and other fluids. Lisa had bought some kind of ...
... a bit of a surprise and a real encouragement to me.
We're really excited about making this trip together and seeing what God has planned for us. There's been a LOT of planning, including some French language learning, but God is in all the details and we're looking forward to it all.
Now, on to Paris Wednesday morning!
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