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Travel Blogs from Prestonsburg
... So we cleaned out stuff from the refrigerator and had an
assortment of leftovers for supper - not bad - and no dishes to wash!
Tuesday, June 25: We thought we had left early until
after few miles, we realized we had
crossed another time zone - back into EDT! - and we weren't early any more.
Into Indiana, the scenery didn't change much, but the farms got smaller and the
towns got closer together. South ...
... porch. We found a glass-top table and chairs for $20, a beautiful potted plant, a few key toys for our five year-old friend, and a $10 porch mounted American flag and pole. To top it all off Roxanne picked up a nice, little floor mat to put in front of their door that read simply “Welcome Friends”.
Returning to their home to say our final goodbyes and give them our gifts was a wonderful and emotional time. As we pulled into ...
Greetings from Jackson, Kentucky!
This is One-Legged Crane consisting of Lauren Mitchell (Rabbit), Brady Horne (Grasshopper), Andrew Rossi (Fox), Audrey Ferraro (Hyena), and McKayla Mawn (Bob the Builder), and our amazing crew leaders are Norm Cochran (Chief) and Jen Horne (Queen Bee). Our journey to here has been long, but our car rides were entertaining. We played multiple card games, sang songs, and slept. We stopped to spend the night at a town with ...
... and Hanna and Mr. Kelly went on a home visit to a home that we didn’t actually work on. The next morning we were switched out with another group.
The first day of work started off with a bang. Mr. Kelly’s GPS accidentally drove us the wrong way, so we arrived an hour late to the trailer we are working on. We were greeted warmly by the homeowner, her two sons, aged ten and eleven, and their rather large boxer. Her daughter, age nine, didn’t get ...
... played board games and cards. Our personal favorite was our version of spoons but we called it ladles, because…well, ladles were all we could find. We were forced to wake up at like 5ish in the morning….sheesh!…..and we all loaded up into our awesome sketchy black van and we had walkie talkies in all the vans and each van had their own code names. Ours was Ghost Rider.
After a day of riding we finally arrived at the school. ...