Category Archives: Travel

Weekend Getaway to Alabama

My oldest son turned 30 this past Monday.  I can hardly believe it.  I was 30 when I had him.  He and his brother (who is three years younger) both went to the same college in Alabama.  They studied hard, … Continue reading

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On Visiting Yellowstone National Park and Being Perplexed by the Behavior of Tourists

Back in July of 2001, our family took a trip out west to South Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado, with Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park being our primary destinations.  Our two sons were 11 and 8 at the … Continue reading

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Trip to New Orleans

Back in the fall I took a blogging break. During that break, my youngest son got married. Yes, my baby. He and his bride married in New Orleans, Louisiana at a small private wedding in the courtyard of the Place d’ … Continue reading

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Sunday Glory- The Creation Museum and Ark Encounter Trip

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.   Genesis 1:1-2 I spent … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges in Parke County, Indiana

A few weeks ago, my sisters and I traveled to Indiana to attend its annual Covered Bridge Festival.  No strangers to Indiana as our dad was born and raised there, we’d visited there many times during our childhood and beyond. … Continue reading

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A Souvenir From Illinois…. Keeping Dan Fogelberg’s Sermon Alive

I just returned from an incredible few days in Peoria, Illinois.  I went there with my two sisters for a Dan Fogelberg Memorial Dedication weekend celebration (see earlier post – Three Sisters and an Unbroken Promise).   I have always liked Dan Fogelberg’s music, but I have … Continue reading

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