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Today is our last day of preparation before we head out to Cincinnati for our high school summer mission trip with the Franciscans for the poor. The adult leaders have already picked up the rental vans and have been driving them around to get used to the new vehicles. Two mini vans for Andy and Joe and I get the shiny new SUV. Tonight most of our group will be ...
... factory that had a lot of old woodwork and stonework.
That evening we went back to Gary's house to have spiedies and potato salad that Peg had made back in Afton. She also made a cucumber salad with dill from the farm. The previous evening Gary had been talking about all the canning Diana had done and the many quarts of tomatoes still in the cellar. Peg decided to do a tribute to Diana and her (Peg’s) dad by making macaroni ...
... It was nice being able to catch up with them. Unfortunately Aarons’ mother had passed away a few weeks ago so we missed seeing her. Dianna was a wonderful lady who we enjoyed meeting several years ago. Her loss is still painfully close to everyone.
Peg had brought some marinated chicken with tarragon and lime from home and Theresa grilled that for dinner. We also had cheesy potatoes that Aaron prepared. Nice ...
When we got to Frankenmuth we were in for a surprise. It was a little town like a diamond in the rough. It's like a Bavarian Village and they were having a festival. The village was really pretty and we enjoyed walking around seeing the sights. There was a wooden covered bridge that we were able to walk through as well as lots of neat shops. We had to get some popcorn and a cupcake since we were in need of a snack ...
"Delrita? Makes me hungry, reminds me of Doritos!"
We slept outside of a library last night, which was just as nice and quiet as it would have been sleeping IN the library. It cooled down perfectly so that we only had to run the fan and keep a couple of windows open. We've used the down comforter all week, which is so strange in July, but I’ll take it…I’d always rather it be cooler outside than hot any day.