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... we stayed the night at the Jonestown KOA. It was a decent campground and we took advantage of just having a relaxing evening. The day/ride seemed long so it was good to just relax.
We left the morning of 9/15 as we headed to WV. We drove I-70 and I-68 West. It was an awesome ride with really good roads. I-68 is called the National Freeway Scenic Byway which runs between PA and WV. We did lots of climbing and descending, but ...
... be stuck on a bus with - Karen Parowski
Adult mother hen - Mrs. Clark
Most likely to brighten your day - Anne Young
Most likely to become a super hero - Cliff Farrar
Most likely to become a Disney Princess - Deb Crawford
Most likely to break out in song - Mr. Clark
Most helpful - Janel Weed
Person you would want as an honorary parent - Tracy Spencer
Most likely to make you laugh - Tammy Fick (I just ...
... Thank you Reverend David Forrest for taking the long round trip to come see the kids perform. I know it meant a lot to them.
The concert went great as it has this whole tour. We really appreciate the Mosiers for helping to set this performance up. It was fun the see their tour tees from past tours.
After about 3 hours on the road we made it back to the dorm at almost 1130. Thankfully this was our last night and the kids can sleep on the bus ...
... talking to this lady and her husband and the next thing I know, they were all 4 holding hands and Maddie was leading them in a prayer of thanksgiving and prayers for healing of her cancer. What God-led students we have with us.
There was one little lady in red that was determined to escape. She set off the alarms a few time during the concert. Afterwards, when the kids were taking out the equipment, she started accusing them of stealing her babies. She then called ...
What a glorious day of mission work! After yet another wonderful breakfast, we headed to the Soup Opera. February marked 34 years since it opened. The director, Helen, is a member of the church we were at last night. She was SO excited to have us there. Tracy shared with us tonight that she was shocked and amazed when she was first contacted with the offer to volunteer there. She couldn't believe a group of 20 youth would be willing to travel this far to do volunteer ...