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... 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 ...
... homes because the access road was washed out in a storm. These bridges are made of rope and wood, so they aren’t very steady. We decided to check one out, since we had never seen anything like it, and while we were taking a picture of them with us on it, dogs started barking and running at us! We had to run to the van and drive off quickly, with the owners of the bridge watching us intently as we sped away. As you can see, we have been having quite an amazing ...
Howdy! This is group Warrior 3, consisting of Hanna Michel, Michelle Kelly, Kalli Wampler, and Bob the Builder. I mean Robert Castina. As you can tell, we've had a pretty awesome time so far, on this fine third day of working here in Breathitt County. The ride down was restful for some, and boring for others. The deserted ghost "retreat" house that we stayed in overnight in Virginia lacked Wifi and any cellular service, so it was minorly isolated, and slightly creepy. We made ...
Yo, it's us swaggedelic hampsters here, a.k.a. Lauren Rittler, Laura Burger, Trevor Seidel, and Jake Serpico!
The ride down here was fun/annoying (for the parents) but we all had a great time! Trevor and Lauren thought of the car games; we had so many we lost count. Trevor made his OWN rules and therefore he always won. Following our first day of driving we found ourselves at a "lovely" Lutheran retreat camp. Many people went canoeing on the lake, ...