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Hello all! Time for another update of our adventure! We are currently in Bonney Lake, WA with our friend, settling down for the night to get ready for our journey to Olympic National Park tomorrow morning.
This morning we left our friend in Spokane, WA fairly early. We thought we might as well get the boring drive through Eastern Washington over with as soon as possible. As soon as we left the city we came across the legendary landscape of ...
... on our own before it begins, and have five days on our own in Paris at the end. We plan a train and bus excursion from Paris to Giverny to visit Monet's gardens. The rest is as yet unknown. Those first few days in Haarlem will be spent getting over jet lag and trying to absorb the reality of being in the Netherlands! Karen's grandparents came over from Holland, so it may be particularly poignant for ...
... where God gave Peter the vision of the unclean and clean animals....for me, as a Gentile, this was the time that God made it clear that His promises are also meant for ME.....I am forever grateful and overcome with emotion as I write.... Visiting Nazareth was honestly disappointing but also a good reminder that even in Israel, opposition to His WAY, is ...
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We mounted up after a good lunch and followed the Jackson Hiway south to SR 508, where we turned east and started up an oh-so-gradual grade through farmland (lots of hayfields). At one point we looked up to the south and there was Mt St Helens! When the sun shines in western Washington it is so beautiful! (Alas , but it just doesn't shine enough.)
Suddenly on a little nice ...
... until roughly 9-10 PM and then went to bed.
The next day we had a good day in the mountains. There was a group of 5 or 6 jeeps that all went in the mountains together. The mountains are incredible up here. We packed a lunch here and the trip took us roughly six hours. We got stuck a few times here and had to use a wench to pull us from nearby trees. We had to pull over a few times to repair tires that popped and we ...