|In a Dark Cave|
|Thursday, August 27, 2015|
Only when you are in a cave and they turn off the lights do you finally grasp how dark true darkness really is. We experienced such a lights-out encounter touring the Cave of the Mounds.
When some workers mining for lead set off a dynamite charge back in 1939, they unknowingly ripped a hole into the Wisconsin wonder known today as the Cave of the Mounds.
|RV Hall of Fame|
|Thursday, August 20, 2015|
When traveling through Elkhart, Indiana, do not miss the RV Motor Home Hall of Fame, a one-of-a-kind camping collection (rvmhhalloffame.org/).
The museum features camping curiosities sucy as the 1913 Earl Trailer and Model T Ford, believed to be the oldest trailer camper in existence. There's a 1915 Model T with Telescoping Apartment (earliest known example of a “slide out”).
It was interesting to peer inside the 1931 Chevrolet House Car owne[...]
|This is Serious!|
|Thursday, August 13, 2015|
Have you noticed how young ears hear more than we sometimes think they do?
The other day, three year old “Kay-bib” (he's still working on pronouncing, “Caleb”) heard Keith and Kristyn Getty sing, “Nothing but the blood of Jesus.” Reacting to the song, Kay-bib told his mother, “I love Jesus” (stated most enthusiastically). He then inquired, “But Mom, what is the blood of Jesus?”