Motel 6 Avoca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of one family who will be receiving a new home. What an amazing feeling knowing our team is going to be part of her dream...
Please pray for these families, the masons, our Habitat for Humanity coordinators and our mission team as we embark on this journey. None of this would be possible without any of these individuals.
... team members to take an additional suitcase FULL of donations. The donations collected by our team include medical supplies, clothing, fabric, books, games, and stickers. These donations will be made available for purchase by families at the local markets. A local church has given a monetary donation which will be directly donated to Habitat For Humanity on behalf of our team. ...
... impact. Listen to her stories and you'll understand - I dare you to say no when she's finished.
I wish I could say I will be going into this trip with no expectations, but just like the reasoning above, I cant help but hope my trip will be as rewarding as Diane's have been. I expect it to be hot, I expect a lot of hard work, and I expect a little bit of a culture shock entering a new country. What I am most excited about, though, ...
... and planned. We have been preparing for the trip ever since we left our house in late June n moved into our 5th wheel for our seasonal campground. But, our friends we hadn't seen all winter called our names to come n play n play is always more fun than work so we went n played. So, guess what? NOT READY! Geez, have we paid for all the play with trying to catch up to where we should be on our schedule. ...
Shelby Inn and Rv Park is definitely NOT anything special - a really big, mostly gravel lot with lots and lots of pull-thru sites, filling a need for overnight campers on this long stretch of I-80.
At first, we missed the turn into the park, and drove into the very old, very small town of Shelby, which had an interesting arched "entryway" made of hundreds of brightly colored bicycles - ...