Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Kanzzzzazzzz...




Hi there. Kurt here.

We left Salina, KS heading for our friends' home in Ava, MO yesterday. The drive across Kansas was uneventful. In fact, there were moments in time that I thought I could just let go of the wheel and let the car drive itself. The good part was my gas mileage jumped up significantly since the drive was fairly flat. Missouri was much more interesting to drive through because there are actually trees and hills to break up the scenery a bit. We ate from the Best Western continental breakfast fare for our morning meal and didn't stop except one time for gas and a fast-food lunch. What a blessing it was to sit around the table with our friends eating a home-cooked meal in the evening, then fellowshipping with them until late in the night! Christian friends are like a calm place in the storm of change.

New roadkill: Armadillo.

Our house is definitely closing on Friday this week and we've made plans to leave Ava this afternoon for a short drive down to Branson, MO. We'll be staying in the WorldMark resort there for two nights. It will be another welcome respite on this drive to our new home as we'll be able to rest for a full day, then leave extremely early for Cookeville on Friday morning. We'll have the boys all PJ'ed up and the car packed up for the drive. Anji and I will be rubbing the sleep out of our eyes and guzzling Starbucks, but we'll enjoy the adventure! Lucy, our little pooch, is feeling rather dejected at this point because she's not been allowed inside here at our friends' place. To make matters worse, she'll probably have to stay inside the car at the resort. Poor thing, she's got no clue about what's going on.

Next post from Branson.

1 comment:

summer said...

Hey, how was Lucy's stay in the van? Or rather, how was your stay at the condo? Did everyone get some rest and reeelaxation?

We've had some windy days here this week! We've only lost one canopy to the wind, but thankfully it was totally recoverable.

Monday's our big inspection on our new facilities. Eeeee! It looks nice (well, for a commercial kitchen!). I put in the cut water-sealed wood flooring, and.... bah, I'll gab about this later.

Thinking of you! Hope your trip is still smooth sailing - here's to hoping the house closed, and that you can MOVE IN right away!

Summer