Kettle Creek Inn
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... the people of Saint Thomas Corps and our friends from other denominations to bring the message of Jesus on to the streets. We then went for a chilli lunch at the pespertreryian church in Saint Thomas. Who would think that there were so many varieties of Chilli dishes (including Larry's Chilli in Brazil!) alongside potato soup and Mac 'n' Cheese followed up with VERY large cupcakes. After this we had a ...
... just North of downtown London, means a quick jump on the highway 401 and in less than an hour from our door we were in Arva.
Now, it was the coldest day of the Winter so far at -33 C (-26F) so we didn't get much chance to explore Arva itself very much other than a quick drive through, but it looks very pretty. The mill is situated on the banks of Medway creek and ...
This will be my final test blog before we leave for Vietnam. I have received a lot of email addresses and I want to ensure that I have entered all of them correctly and that the email addresses added to the blog can see updates and pictures.
Starting Thursday the team will post updates when we are somewhere with wi-fi.
If you don't hear from us ...
... truck is ready to go! I have a topper on the back and added a bed to the back to sleep and lots of hooks, curtains and tie downs to make the journey to Patagonia go more smoothly. I plan to sleep in the back of the truck a lot and cook my own meals to cut down on costs. I also brought my tent and camping supplies so I can sleep out as well. There is lots of extra stuff I threw in to make life on the road a bit more ...
... and wadded/skipped rocks. This morning, we got on the road early, again. It was nice and cool compared to the last three days. We are moving along pretty quickly, and we are on schedule, hoping to get to Sleepy Hollow next weekend. Though our road is about 1/2 to 3 miles from Erie, it is impossible to see it because of the cornfields and trees, which, we ...