Lancaster Welcome Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we were going to go drive part of the Great River Road in Wisconsin, along the Mississippi River. I guess I forgot just how far the Mississippi is from Middleton. We headed out, stopped at Mazomanie at a cheese factory for squeaky cheese curds (did you know they aren't really fresh unless they squeak when you chew them?). Then we drove along the Wisconsin River to the Wyalusing State ...
As fans of the movie, both Wendy and I were thrilled to see this park. It's incredible, 25 years later and this park looks exactly like it did in the movie. We stopped by the night we arrived just to check it out and planned a visit for the next day as something special was happening. That night, we watched the movie on my laptop that I had rented from Amazon ...
Dad decided that a trip to the Field of Dreams should be a late inclusion in to the road trip.
It was a 4 hour drive from Chicago. When we arrived the field (just like in the movie) was there. On the field there were a lot of people playing baseball.
What happened next was awesome. The movie scene where the baseball players came out of the corn field was re-enacted. Some of those involved were in the original movie. ...
... how much it looks out of place from the rest of the surrounding grasslands. Alex didn't seem that interested when I woke him up to look at it, but at least he won't ever have to spend days driving out to see it.
The next site on on the aerial tour of the American West was Mount Rushmore. We dropped back down below the haze layer and into the turbulence, which I could immediately see was making Alex nervous, so we did only a quick flyby of ...
... set up and ran for many, many years in Bucaramanga. Please pray for that transition from missionary organized and financed to a completely nationalized ministry
On our last day in Colombia Jim, with a heavy cold, preached 5 sessions on 2 Peter to over 600 people from 50 churches in Bogota--about half of them from assemblies. Each one received a set of Jim's notes and a copy of the Emmaus course 2 Peter and Jude (written by his dad, Ken ...