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... will have a long 7 hour layover in Newark, NJ tomorrow and so will have some time to add an entry. I will also be able to tell you more about the group of people I will be touring with. I believe there will be 29 of us. Hopefully, I will also have some pictures and names to go with those pictures so that you are familiar with those you may see throughout the trip. Keep us in your prayers as we embark tomorrow on our journey to the promised land! ...
... 10); where Paul embarked to Tarsus (Acts 9:30) and where Philip preached (Acts 8:40). We will view the excavated Roman theatre, with its acoustic and theatrical sound. It was used for many performances throughout the centuries. We turn inland and proceed to Megiddo, one of King Solomon's walled, fortified cities (1st Kings 9:15; 10:26), with the ruins of 20 levels of civilization and identified as the site of Armageddon. From here the Books of Daniel and Revelation will come alive ...
... can’t decide whether he’d be the poorest or richest beggar in
Seattle. He would have to be the most honest, at least. Back in the common room
we ran into our Canadian Heads Up friends from the night before, Justin and
Stephen. We had a quick chat with them before they left to catch their plane
home. It was a bummer we only met them on our last night, but such is the
nature of travel. Good times, short lived in snippets of sensationalism or
... a fancy term for sliding down the slope on your ass! In the end I think my method was more enjoyable than the skis. I wanted to do it again as soon as I was down, minus the whole two and a half hour hike up, of course!
After a salmon burger (I had to go with salmon. I am after all in the Northwest), Jeanne, Connor, Colin and I headed to Safeco Field which was a ...
... result of everyone's packing fit perfectly.
T - 15 minutes, we held a family meeting. Rule #1, I was head honcho and everyone was to follow my instructions. As the experienced traveler in the family and the one with regular anti-terrorism and survival training (I kid you not) I designated myself team leader (they never actually agreed to the term "head honcho").
The second goal was to get out of town on time. ...