Baymont Inn and Suites- Louisville East
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... moving along the zip lines and walking across the challenge bridges kept us moving. Plus the two tour guides were pretty cool and entertaining.
We didn't get many pictures as the Mega folks didn't want any cameras brought in since if they dropped they couldn't be retrived and we'd be swinging across mostly dark areas inside. But I did get my I-phone in to snap a few shots, however it was too dark for much exposure. In the end, we conquered the "Mega Cavern".
... is like a beef stew. It was so good. I had a BBQ beef brisket sandwich which was also delish. The meat and sauce was perfect. Elizabeth had a yummy Caesar salad and the boys had the Louisville Hotbrown. It was sliced turkey on toasted bread, topped with bacon, tomatoes and parm. Yummy cheesy delish. It is a limited menu but gooood.
We were greeted by Touchdown Jesus on I-75 in Monroe which was apparently re erected after being struck by ...
... it Forward and Pay it Back Offering." Last night during the prayer meeting at Crestwood Baptist Church, we had the blessing of being prayed over individually for this trip. What a powerful testimony to the love in the body of Christ! While we are gone -- please continue to keep us in prayer. Here are some of our requests: To be God's Hands and Feet on the ground in Nicaragua That we might decrease so that He ...
Today the mission team leaving for Nicaragua on Saturday met to pack 14 crates - 50 lbs each to take with us. There were a variety of items included in the crates from school supplies, clothing and medical scrubs to Bibles, soccer balls, teddy bears, pillow case dresses, fudge, home sown shorts and beanie babies.
The most amazing part of the packing was that each item had a story. The pillow cases dresses are a ministry of a ...
... else there was to do at Churchill Downs. Turns out - there's a LOT to do at Churchill Downs on non-racing days! We ended up spending the entire day, but not before we shed a few more tears at the statue and final resting place of Barbaro. (Winner of the 2006 Derby who broke his leg in the Preakness and had to be put down). I don't think the tears were really for the horse. Some were for my late mother-in-law, and ...