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MAKE MINE MILK
It is always wonderful sharing Shabbat with like-minded believers in Yeshua . We were truly blessed to be included in the weekly home gathering of the Trouts and Hackets.
Aside from the personal relationships, which is always foremost in importance to us when we travel, milking the cows was the highlight of the weekend for me.
Family and friends know that I am ...
LITTLE BRIDE ON THE PRAIRIE
This section of our trip reminds me of the series "Little House on the Prairie" - a homespun touch.
The last time we saw Carly was when we watched her drive off with her new husband, Tyler, following their wedding reception in Steilacoom, WA.
Love does wonders and lured this lovely, tall, ...
... I was not as prepared to handle the rough terrain as I thought I was, I'm gonna need some off road practice.
I also got to see the Ft. Donelson National Cemetery where many generations of America's finest were laid to rest, including one Sheets (even he was just a baby at the time of his death, it still counts).
My stay here was relatively short but incredibly powerful.
... time, as if we needed another 'medium' to add to our anxiety! We said our goodbyes and were off to Camden, TN... We rode all of five blocks into town where we decided to stop at Waverly's Cafe for a couple of lunch-to-go's. If there had been a choice, this would have been it, they had everything and more that one would want in a coffee shop. Have we mentioned that conversation follows us everywhere, so a 'quick' fifteen minutes and we're out the door! ...
... having to tackle it in our overcrowded motel rooms with our bike hand-pumps. We then detoured to the pharmacy for eye drops; those winds accompanied by the downhill runs gives cause for aid! Only two and a half miles to the campground, and hopefully only that one long hill standing in front of us. As we approached the campground we saw a police car directing traffic on the highway in front of where there had to be 8 or 9 firefighting vehicles, the ...