Travelodge Suites Okeechobee
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Round of golf with Bob this morning, quick lunch here at the coach then off to the Post Office, (exciting day, I know) Bills and laundry then dinner delivered to our site by Frank & Als Pizza & Grill. Service provided by Outdoor Resorts as a welcome to new ...
... the nearby town of Clewiston on “Sugarland Highway” should have been my first hint.
Lake Okeechobee (a.k.a. The Lake or The Big O) is the second largest freshwater lake contained entirely within the contiguous 48 states. The largest is Lake Michigan. On our first outing to The Big O, I immediately take note that we must climb a rather large hill - which looks more like a small mountain from a distance in this vast flatland. We ...
... of people checking in and moving through customs and hoped that since we had some time perhaps we could wait out the mad rush. Bad idea. The lines never went down but grew to be unbelievably long and with no direction or ropes to guide everyone, it was chaos. The lines wound around and doubled back again around the building. People were cutting in line and tempers were short. The security people actually made the problem worse rather than sort things ...
... my prayer was simply and complexly, "Thank you!" Thank you for making this earth, caring about people throughout history, being born, dying, being resurrected, forgiving sins, showing mercy and grace, and most importantly wanting a relationship with us. God loves you. Christianity is not about religion and making the outside perfect and clean or about rituals. It is about having a relationship with your maker and Savior and the desire to get to know ...
... their lives would improve greatly”.
He describes an ancient people who made life’s decisions as seen through their inevitable mortality. Having always believed I was 10 feet tall and bullet proof this is a concept I had never considered until recently, especially with the new battle scar on my right cheek, evidencing the skin cancer excision.
These people were the Nez Pierce Indians warriors, whose lives were committed to making ...