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After a number of months of no posting we are back to at least a weekly posting. We are preparing to leave for our Alaska summer trip in 10 days, for the next few days we will give a short recap of our mission work the first quarter of the year.
We spent January in Moreno Valley CA (see the previous post) Here are some of the pictures from our work:
This is where the Indian women ground corn thousands of years ago!
While in the big Q we had the living/dining room windows removed, taken apart (double pane), cleaned and reinstalled. This is about 1/3 the price of new glass.
Arrival at Victory Ranch our first mission assignment.
We arrived in style with an accident – more on this later.
This is our team of four couples at Victory Ranch.
Miss Peggy trying her hand at spray painting steel chairs.
Our humming buddies at Victory Ranch.
We complete tore out a boys shower room (including the cement floor) to modernize everything.
Right after this was taken the cow in the right background gave Miss Diane a big kiss on the ear.
Miss Peggy and I visited the Palm Springs Aerial Tram for the two and one-half mile trip to the 8,516 peak. We have dinner up there and watched the sunset. This is the world’s largest rotating aerial tram.
There was snow at the top of the tramway! This is the highest elevation we have been at..
After leaving California we returned to Quartzsite for 2 days of R & R before moving to Glendale, AZ. You never know what you will find while exploring the desert.
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The man of integrity walks securely, but he who takes crooked paths will be found out.
Good to have you back. I have missed your comments as you travel here and there. Travel happily and well! Kendall
Great pics and great to see where you have been! Know you’re looking forward to your trip to Alaska. Can’t wait to “go along with you” through your blog. Prayers for safe travels & that God will continue to use you in a mighty way!