Heading West – at Last!

Heading West – at Last!
Yes, friends, we’re finally in the West! OK, so it’s only west Florida, but hey, it’s WEST! Actually, we are about as far west as we’ve been on this trip – with the exception of our quick stop in Elkhart, Indiana last September. This area of Florida is quite different from our other stops in Florida. It’s a little hilly, with leafless trees (it’s been hard to remember it’s actually winter!) – and it kinda remindsus of home. Before we settled in here at the Teen Challenge Ranch, we took a little side trip into Alabama. We’re pretty close, and wanted to pick up some literature about things to do and see. It will be fun to explore both north to Alabama and then south to the Emerald Coast. We’re looking forward to our time here!

I’ve been taking some windshield shots along the way, just to get a feel for how the landscape changes as we travel about. Here’s a shot as we headed north on Tuesday – just a typical truck (among the quadzillion we travel with).

As we got closer though, it seemed like a truck we’d do well to pass!

Poison – Corrosive -Dangerous -Flammable -Inhalation Hazard – Dangerous when wet – Oxidizer – oh, and by the way, it makes wide turns!

2 thoughts on “Heading West – at Last!”

  1. Hi, Conrads –
    It was so much more fun to tour the country via your website than to do my online banking…I can’t believe you’ve been gone half the year and still aren’t west of Florida!! And I’m supposed to believe you’ll be back in the Fall? I’m glad Disney worked out so well for you and that you didn’t have a close encounter with the toxic truck. I’ll try to visit with you more often…Jan

  2. Hello Back! Glad you stopped by!! While you may SEE us before the Fall (Jeff Davis’s wedding!), it’s true that we won’t be finished this adventure any time in the near future! God is so good!
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