Back on that Road for a 15 Hour Drive!

That altitude change was brutal.

The trip to Denver began with a little scare. As we left San Antonio there was a monstrous downpour that began to flood certain areas, and the road Google took us gave us a bit of a scare.  But while we were praying as a family, the storm split the sky into a beautiful tapestry of darkness and light, grey and color.  And the music matched the situation so well as we watched God paint the world above us, and this set the pace for the rest of our 15 hour drive to Colorado.  

 We were able to meet with Mr. Devin outside of the Union Station.

We were able to meet with Mr. Devin outside of the Union Station.

 Meeting with our good friend Lauryn

Meeting with our good friend Lauryn

While in Denver we were able to catch up with Park Church and good friends along the way.  With the fast paced nature of our trip it was hard not meeting with everyone, and we will miss our family and friends in Colorado.  It was bittersweet to catch up with people we have grown to love and we are grateful to have so many people praying and supporting us here!

This was an uncomfortable windy cold.  We congratulated ourselves for working out something intelligible.  . 

Another cold one with sleet and wind

We finally made our way to Montana, and after a few days of visiting family and friends in Billings and Helena, we are now tucked away in Lisa's hometown of Shelby until the 23rd.  After all of the go-go-go we are giving ourselves a short time to rest and recharge before making our way to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and then on to the Czech Republic!  We have been looking forward to calming down in Shelby for some time, and we are grateful to have a time set apart to enjoy family and rest well.  

 To be continued.....

To be continued.....

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