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We're back in Illinois again. So from Two Rivers, we took a different route out. (heh heh rhymes) From Two Rivers we started on state highway 42. That took us to I-43, which carried us south to route 151 west to Valders. From there we got on state highway 67, which took us waaaaay south to Elkhorn. There we re-entered I-43 and took it to Beloit, in which we got on
... evening we went out for dinner with a young 'muso' couple that we met in Israel. Kyle and Elizabeth were our bus captains and Kyle led our worship times. They are young, enthusiastic, sweet and fun. After dinner we went back to their townhouse for coffee and dessert. We all enjoyed their company and very kind hospitality! Their attempts at Aussie accents were particularly entertaining . Braden had ...
... brown, so when the wind blows, it ripples across the fields and looks very pretty. We can really understand why this area is the breadbasket of our nation. Also taking up a lot of room were huge GM and Chrysler plants. There buildings went on and on - they must employ thousands of workers.
Every once in a while, we would see a field of something ...
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The management bought pizzas and salad and soda to treat every one at Loyoal Press to a Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Celebration Lunch. Dave and I were invited to join the group.
Let's back up a bit. We parked about 2 blocks from the office and walked in the rain to the front door. When we walked in Joe Paprocki was waiting for us in ...
... Manuel Noriega just a couple decades ago. Panama also has a rich history, with Spanish conquistadores hauling golden Incan plunder across the strait, pirate attacks in attempts to garner those riches, and of course, the famous Canal and its history. It has preserved its culture, too-- the country signed a treaty with its indigenous tribes so they could maintain their culture and lands. But can these natural wonders ...