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On The Road Again

A few days ago we stepped out of our car after a seven-day, 4,000-mile car ride. On Friday we hit the road again. We will fly to the South to spend 10 days in South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. We will be raising support, recruiting new missionaries, receiving training and visiting supporting churches. The first […]

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Driving Honduras To U.S. – Trip Log

Driving from La Ceiba, Honduras to Elk Grove, California – September 5, 2010 to Sept 12, 2010 Day 1 – 11 hours 39 minutes – 380 milesLa Ceiba, Honduras to Guatemala City, GuatemalaThis was a great day that covered the length of Honduras and included a 40-minute border crossing. Rained the last hour. Great food […]

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sleeping and panting

A Dirty Car And A Tired Dog

As we continue to work our way west through the U.S. our long drive from Honduras is coming to an end. Only a few more days until we reach California. Our little red Nissan truck has been quite the trooper. It has gone up hills and across roads I would have not expected of it. […]

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the first U.S. flag inside the U.S. border

An Update From Somewhere In The US

We are in the middle of our 8-day, 4,000-mile trip from Honduras to the U.S. We have crossed over the Mexico-U.S. border and are now in Texas. It took us five days to get from Honduras to Texas and now another three days into California. It has been three years since we lived in the […]

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