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... are meant to be. After checking in to the hotel someone stopped to talk. As it turned out he was the manager of the hotel and he offered to store Chilli for a couple of months in the garage. Have booked flights home for the 4th of December. Will spend 6 days in London before flying to Vancouver. We think we will try to get to Lisbon before we head home so we are off tomorrow. Will spend a couple of days in Ronda and Seville on the way. Rubber Down & ...
... been on the road since 29th August. This is our first rain affected day! Regroup at a cafe down in the valley and head back to Millau. Pick dinner and a beer that night. Planning and emails. Heading to Carcassonne and the Pyrenees tomorrow. Ferry back to the UK booked for the 7th.
At the hotel were two Police Nationale Motorcycle cops. Patrick the big guy (FJ1300) and Jerome (R1200RT). We spoke over dinner and had a few laughs. They were really nice ...
... a lot of chains break off and inner healing takes place during this week.
4: FINANCES!!!- We are trying to get staff fees and outreach funds together, and though there isn't much right now, we know God is faithful and will provide! But we still need to pray! Please come alongside us in prayer for this, as deadlines are coming up!
Thank you all so much for reading, and we hope you stay with us!
Love and blessings.
Gerritt and Maggie Salant
... they are absolutely wonderful students! Aside from that, we had an Around the World (ATW) DTS from Denver arrive for one of their teaching weeks (ATW DTS's tend to have a couple weeks of teaching as they travel). They are 11 women and 2 men... sounds way too familiar (my outreach was 10 women and 2 men, including myself).
On Friday, we had a pretty relaxed day. It is our "Local Outreach" day. Every Friday, there is a farmers' market ...
... us a cab. She rang about 6 different cab companies and none of them would pick us up. We have no idea why. It was a 40 minute walk which was not ideal with our bags.Whilst Dean was talking to the lady, a French Man, who was working in the same kiosk must have heard what was going on. Next we knew he had parked beside us and offered us a lift. He spoke absolutely no English but somehow we managed to get to the depot. I was trying to tell him we were from Australia. He ...