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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.
Breakfast was simple yet elaborately presented, coffee, tea and more conversation were enjoyed with Patrick. He stated to be a retired corporeal perfusionist before purchasing The Nolan House in 1995 from a widow whose husband had passed away; hence, she was unable to manage the upkeep on this historic house. He also shared that the house has a strong clairvoyant presence, if not many! We quickly responded by thanking him for divulging this information near to ...
... our stamina and/or resolve. Until we got to Route 79 in Dover and there it was in front of us, aaaaah, McDonalds! We haven't seen one since Effingham when we left the interstate. We (those of you who know her know it was Devon, not we) had to stop and get some french fries. Since McDonalds was next to a gas station we were able to fill our tires with air which we haven't done for a few days, one less worry. This task had been more of a chore in ...