Red Roof Inn Greensboro Coliseum
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This morning we got up around 4:30 am. We drove to the car return garage and dropped off the Toyota Highlander. I'm going to miss that SUV. We then jumped on the shuttle and headed to the airport. We got our tickets and got through TSA. We had only about 20 minutes before our flight began to load. Josh got something to eat. Austin and I didn't. We should have ...
... the very next instant with no warning whatsoever standing in glory. Can you imagine? That's how I want to go! And then on Sunday when I saw that Elisabeth Elliot had died, and with those words running through my mind, I thought, wow, I bet she's got quite the stories to share with the saints this morning, and maybe even swapping mission trip stories with Lee. On Thursday evening Mike Weaver of Big Daddy Weave was at our church and sang ...
... as well, but these were the main characters. The show was broadcast in black and white until 1965 when it became a color television broadcast and in 1964 it was renamed to Andy of Mayberry.
We made the hour long ride to Mt. Airy and along the way we saw a large rocky butte jutting above a forest of green trees. It was Pilot Mountain, which is about 10 miles from Mt. Airy. It was also referred to in the show as Mt. Pilot.
When we ...
... from Korea I literally stopped doing everything that got me hooked on the culture. To be honest, I'm not sure why; maybe it was just my way of trying to protect myself from missing everything I experienced while there or maybe I just experienced it and was time for something new. But, recently I've started getting back into my Korean love phase and I'm starting to remember everything. I even finally finished my 2nd scrapbook that I've been working on.
I found ...
... in her birdhouse and she has been putting meal worms in a nearby feeder. During today’s feeding we watched as they stuffed their cheeks full of worms to deliver to the fledglings in the house. Once they got used to us we were able to get close enough to take a few photos of them at work. We could hear the cheeping of the babies when their mom and dad popped in with the evening meal.
Ed had grilling duty and he fixed us some fine salmon, shrimp ...