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After a drive of a few hours, we arrived at our motel in the small town of...Hurricane! Thankfully we didn't encounter any severe weather, and I thought of those who must have been affected by the flooding from Hurricane Joaquin. (There is also a place called Tornado somewhere in W. Virginia!)
We had a late dinner after checking into our motel. Again, I had a dinner of ...
... learned a trade to support their family. Girls remained at home until age 18 and then moved into the Single Sister’s House, where they worked at various crafts to support themselves until they married. However, there was no social stigma if a man or woman elected not to marry. They could continue to live in the Brother’s or Sister’s House, working to earn enough to pay their board. The church was the center of their lives. Men and ...
... It was a very full week: sailing, flying (the boys met up with Tim’s friend Walt in Rutherford County to give him a ride in the EZ), go-karting (with Joel and Larry), a visit to JGR Workshop, cinema, gardening and maintenance, playing scrabble, and enjoying walks around the Village, and of course spending time chatting and catching up. A few days of the week were very stormy bringing much-needed rain to the area – the boys had ...
Pulled in around 2:30. Glad not to have another extended trip time anytime soon. We had a wonderful trip. Great friends to travel with, would definitely get the Special Ed Posse together again anytime, just not back to Alaska! Statistics are a bit sketchy, but by my feeble calculations, we did the following:
Air Miles 5008
Rail Miles 283
Bus Miles 543
Car Miles 1700
Ship Miles 1240
... cool and inviting with all the sea-doos and boats. When we got to the bottom of the lake we saw the dam.
Back to the store and then the motorhome. It wasn't as hot as yesterday so we did sit out for about 30 minutes then inside until early evening.
Time to start packing up for our last day or two on the road.