Wisteria Lane Lodging
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... the word of God through massive biblical productions. These theatre people really know their stuff and have created 280 degree sets that use real people and animals as well as the latest in electronic wizardry. You will be astounded! These are Broadway standard productions. For a part of "Noah" you appear to be in the Ark and for part of "Jonah" you appear to ...
... where it was all 2 lane. Out of the mountains, we drive on and on the flats. We got into Guymon at 7:30 local time, over 10 hours of driving. October 13, Monday We left Guymon around 9:30am where the wind made driving a little difficult. We got to Enid, then it rained on us off and on the whole way home. It was a long day because of the weather. We got home around 6:30pm with the wind still blowing and it was quite cool... Home sweet ...
... long on the road, we saw some pronghorn, even some babies. Then I saw a pheasant in a field. Another field was full of cattle... We stopped at Painted desert/petrified forest national park. We saw 2 coyotes and a model A that sat where route 66 used to be. We also saw some pictographs and an village of ancient natives. This was very interesting. We drove on into the petrified forest and saw the trees that had turned unto rocks. We stayed ...
... healthy! If you're looking for a healthy snack, this is one great option! I bet you could do the same thing with spinach leaves as well (we're going to try it later).
Mary and I are in the process of praying and discerning the Lord's will as to whether or not we should return to China or move to K.C. to do ministry work there. I know the Lord brought us back to the U.S. for a reason, though my heart longs to be with ...
... on Friday night on the Branson Belle, on Table Rock Lake. (Tickets only $49, and both the food and entertainment were exceptional!).
While we were here, we looked at a privately owned Monaco Diplomat for sale - nice people (Doug? & Jeannie), and the coach was definitely very well taken care of - but our problem is that we can't get stuck owning two coaches!