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Just For Fun … 10 Things NOT To Tell Your New Neighbor

1 ) If you see some crazed grey-haired woman around the house, call the police, will ya? I had to call them twice last month! It’s my ex-mother-in-law. 2) The kids are still learning to drive. 3) We’ll get around to restoring this R V soon. We just got it last year. 4) You probably […]

Some of MY Favorite things in Pensacola

The third of the Pensacola series… These are some of my favorite things to see and do while we’re in Pensacola. And, a couple of my favorite restaurants. You may have noticed by now, I love visiting new places and try to share them with pictures and a few words about the experience. Here’s a […]

More Reasons to Visit Pensacola

In the last post you may have learned more about the history of Pensacola. In this one, I’ll be highlighting some of the things that make Pensacola a great place to visit. Let’s start first with the festivals. There are so many festivals throughout the year. The 3rd Friday of the month, most of the […]

Pensacola, Florida

I decided to write about the Pensacola area in this post. We first moved to Florida in 2003. After working away from the area off and on for a few years, we moved back in to our house in Milton for a year before we sold it this year, 2021, and went full time in […]

Ha Ha Tonka

Ha Ha Tonka is a state park near Camdenton, Missouri located on a section of the Lake of the Ozarks. The Missouri state parks website describes this park as “a geological wonderland: sinkholes, caves, a hugh natural bridge and Missouri’s twelfth largest spring”. The name Ha Ha Tonka came from the Osage Indian word for […]

How can they believe in Him, if they have not heard of Him?

Did you know, there are over 7000 spoken languages in the world? Wikipedia says that as of September 2020 the full bible has been translated into 704 languages and just the New Testament has been translated into an additional 1,551 and portions of the bible into 1,160 languages. That means approximately 5,400 to 6,300 people […]

Traveling Across Kansas

If you live in Kansas, or are from Kansas, you may love it there. There must be nice beautiful places in Kansas but crossing the state on Interstate 70 is pretty boring and there’s not much to see. The most we have seen are farm fields and windmills. Both are important but not very interesting […]

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