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... appear the 3 mile trail was one way and not a loop which I simply expected. Why people wanted to ask me questions I still don’t know.Driving through the Mountains was simply beautiful; taking in stops by the river which intertwined with the road meant that the 20 miles took well over 2 hours of enjoyable driving. We arrived at the hotel, The Holiday Inn, Pigeon Forge.
Pigeon Forge, with three roads less that McBee was a surprise to say the least. It was a ...
... student to take to the US Embassy or Consulate and apply for the VISA. Currently students must do everything on their own without the support of a certified school.
So we will in some respects be agents for the DoS – Department of State under agency DHO Department of Homeland Security, and for ICE – Immigration and Custom Enforcement. If you are lost in the acronyms you should see the other 20 or so that I am trying ...
... prosperous, are isolated by distance from other parts of the world. We felt especially welcomed in the two Sabaths we were in Australia and the one in New Zealand. Being with everyone in person will help me to pray individually for every person individually for their success, health and protection by God.
In our meetings with the ministry how important it was for us to maintain peace in ...
Heading down to Cincinnati for a few days during March Break...details and pics soon! This was the first time we stayed at an Airbnb, and it was very cool. Our host was a Bulgarian woman who had many open rooms in her house to rent out. The Zoo was cool. Although I'm generally not a fan of caged animals, the zoo was nice and very accommodating for families. Only a few of the many amazing animals we took pictures ...
... able to explore the city on a daily basis, and still discover new things every time I left my apartment, was exhilarating. I am a victim of wanderlust, and living in Paris satisfied that part of me while I was there.
Of course, this won’t be my last international trip – on the contrary I’m now even more motivated to see other parts of the world. My country count is getting close to 40, which means I ...