Quality Inn Durand
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... 5pm Mass with their families. During Mass, Msgr. Vincke will give us a blessing for trip.
After months and months of planning and fundraising we are so ready to go forth and bring Christ's love to Cincinnati!
Please keep us in your prayers. We will be departing at 10:30am on Sunday morning and will return on July 18.
... factory that had a lot of old woodwork and stonework.
That evening we went back to Gary's house to have spiedies and potato salad that Peg had made back in Afton. She also made a cucumber salad with dill from the farm. The previous evening Gary had been talking about all the canning Diana had done and the many quarts of tomatoes still in the cellar. Peg decided to do a tribute to Diana and her (Peg’s) dad by making macaroni ...
... to consume buildings over time. I also toured a protected community by the Michigan Parks. This village held a fruit cannery at one time, and a Mariner's museum was also here. It was very interesting to listen to the park guide explain how our present day Coast Guard got its start. As I have found in my travels on the roads less traveled, I find great surprises. This time I happened into the small town of Leland, ...
If you are looking for excitement here today, you are at the wrong place! Today was a transition day for us (just like ocean liners) as we took some time to regroup, restock, and get my nails done. As you can see, my priorities are all in the right place!
As we were preparing to leave camp this morning a thunderstorm rumbled through the area. I was afraid that John ...
... before you leave. Historically, I’ve always trusted Playmakers for my running shoes, so in the end it was Playmakers who I trusted to put me in the appropriate boots.While this climb is not known as a technical climb, you are essentially leaving from the heat of the equator and climbing to heights where -30 degrees and wind are common. As a result, the clothing you need is quite varied and the best way I can describe it is - layer, layer, layer. While the climb ...