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Got up early on Feb 20 to visit the OK City Bombing museum to finish up our visit to this city. Pretty moving. I had to go past a few exhibits so as not to get too emotional. Afterwards, we moved on to Little Rock, AR - former home of Bill Clinton. Yes, that's right. I never thought I would ever come here either but I was again surprised by how …
... Mississippi River at Memphis. A big shout out of thanks to the two ladies at the welcome center in Arkansas. They told us about construction on I-40 and gave us an alternate route to Little Rock. Saved us having another hour wasted sitting in construction traffic.
As we approached Little Rock we drove through a thunder storm with the rain so heavy that visibility was reduced to about ...
... for some snacks, wine popsicles, and a pool that was a little too chilly to swim in (but felt nice on our feet). We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing, stalking pictures of our teammates on Facebook to see what they look like in their real-person lives, listened to music, and telling more stories. We're super grateful for the number of people who have just opened up their homes to 31 smelly twenty-something's they have never met. Most of us came to this journey with ...
... Rock it was like culture shock. We went from being in vast farmland (we passed a lot rice fields and fish hatcheries and taxidermy places) to this really cool city. We rode on a nice bike trail and rode through sprinklers and rode through a huge park at a gorgeous time of day. The sun wasn't setting necessarily but it was slowly descending and turning everything golden. I was riding with Kim, Christine and PJ. As we were riding, we ran into a man named Montey. ...
After a delicious breakfast consisting of pancakes and bacon provided by the church, we set off to our build site in Little Rock. I was with the group that went to lay the roofing down at a house Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski county is building. I mostly spent the time handing up the sheets to my teammates who were on the roof. I ...
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