Super 8 Mchenry
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Getting here took the better part of a day and a half. The flights were long but tolerable. I was not looking forward to the L.A. To Brisbane flight but it was not as bad as I thought. Got to watch six movies and no crying babies. When we arrived at Tony's house we were greeted by his siblings Ursy, Celia,and Peter who diplomatically displayed our flags and distributed gifts. We had a quick drive around town ...
... possible! Let me explain... First, a disclaimer: Washington, DC is a beautiful city. Walking around, enjoying the monuments, and hanging out with my friends has been well worth any price to get here. The tourist side of it though...left a little to be desired. With a full day in DC, I decided to pack in a few touristy things. The first was a scheduled visit to the Capitol for a scheduled tour ...
... keys like a shank as a weapon when walking the streets. I'd love to say we visited the city in ernest but to be honest it was just a five hour stop over and we didn't leave the airport. So from my limited experience of Chicago I've made the following observations. When flying over the centre of the city in the early hours of this morning all the streets appear to run perpendicular/parallel to each other, nice and neat. ...
... gas, which we need to run our furnace and more importantly right now, our fridge, so we'll go ahead and fill up on that too.
I found a $5 bill in the parking lot, with no one even remotely around...a guy got out of his car as I was picking it up and looking around for its owner and he said, "Looks like it's your lucky day!", so I'm taking it as a sign that it's mine. I had spied a great looking backpack in the thrift store here that I wanted (it'll fit our laptop so when I need ...
... Math minds don't like to leave details hanging out there in space.
Dan and Jana Eads, the missionaries we support, were more than happy to have us visit, and Brian Sherwin, along with two of his children, Anna and Stephen, volunteered to join us for the journey. The goal of this trip is for us to have maximum exposure to missionary life in a third world setting; in addition, we want to encourage and serve the families and ...