Residence Inn Pittsburgh Cranberry Township
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Well my adventure has finally started. After weeks of getting ready and then waiting till the last few days to finally lay everything out, I am ready to leave. I'm taking off for DC this afternoon. Last night I went to dinner with the family. Mom, Dad, James, Jo-Ann, Nicole, Jack, Mrs. Miller, and myself all had dinner at the Spaghetti Warehouse. It was a great ...
... actually felt cool (almost needed a jacket even) and it was great!
The game was a close one, until the 9th inning. The Pirates were down 3-1 going into the 9th but then the Diamondbacks decided to explode for 7 runs in the top of the inning. The Bucs made an effort but only managed one run so their comeback bid fell short. The one nice thing was that the crowd didn't stick it out so ...
... stage! So cool. It was also the end point of the trail we were on!
More to come! Thanks to everyone in Pittsburgh! I had a wonderful time, and I feel like I could never do a fifth of the memories justice, but here are two great photos of the concert!
... Unfortunately we didn't get to do much more in Pitt other then stoping by Heinz Field and PNC Park before we had to go to Cleveland but either way we all really enjoyed the feeling of Pitt and it is definitely somewhere I would like to return to. Next Stop, Clevland.
NOTE: I realize that Pittsburgh is the Steel City but the title is in reference to the State stealing money from me.
One of my favorite photos form my 2014 Kenya missions trip was taken at Each One Touch One Orphanage (EOTOO) where Alice is the founder. EOTOO takes good care of these precious children who are so well-versed in Scripture. We have visited there for three years now. As I took off my teacher hat and put on my balloon hat, it's so easy ...
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