With all that's going on in the world lately, I've been thinking a lot about freedom. Thinking leads me down so many bunny trails...
I had thought to divide the rest of the Silver Valley tour into two more parts, with one part being Kellogg and Wardner, and then the last part being Osburn and Wallace... but I've decided to just go ahead and share the rest of it in this one post.
Have you ever contemplated how quickly life can change? Many changes are slow and gradual, but occasionally events come along that happen so unexpectedly and instantaneously… and change our lives forever. During this whole crisis that has been 2020 I’ve thought a lot about other challenging events throughout history and how our ancestors managed to survive those times. Or maybe…
During July and August I participated in a summer reading challenge hosted by Revell. The idea was to read Christian fiction books in six different genres: contemporary, suspense, biblical, historical, speculative, and Amish.
I didn't mean to leave you hanging with our tour across the Silver Valley! And now... coming into Pinehurst (a small town to be sure, but not quite so tiny as Cataldo and Kingston)...
Such good intentions I have! My follow-through is not always all that good, but oh, my intentions are!
Continuing our tour across the Silver Valley, as we leave Old Mission State Park, we weave through the countryside... on through Cataldo and Kingston.
I love taking the scenic route... getting off the main highway and slowing down through small towns... Earlier this summer Lyle and I took a long Sunday drive through the nearby Silver Valley across the panhandle of Idaho.
How many games of tic-tac-toe can you play without getting tired of the stupid cat getting it every single time?
The third addition to my growing collection of family Bibles belonged to my great-grandmother, Kate Easley. We called her Granny.