We’ve been dry camping in the national park in one of the most beautiful spots imaginable. However, last night we ran out of water. I have carried some water back to the camper to get us through another night but we’ll move back out to civilization tomorrow. We won’t be in such a nice spot, but we’ll have a few more creature comforts. I guess all of life has trade offs, even camping.
- Devotional on AmosGod Hunger Amos 8: They’ll go anywhere, listen to anyone, hoping to hear God’s Word. God warns that a famine is coming to the nation of Israel. This time, it won’t be a famine of food or water, but a … Continue reading →
- Devotional on Amos
- 2017 – Project: Replacement Propane AlarmAbout 5:00 AM today we woke up to our propane alarm going off. It seems that propane, carbon monoxide, and smoke detectors are all programmed to die or at least run out of battery somewhere between 2:00 and 5:00 AM … Continue reading →
- 2017 – Project: Replacement Propane Alarm
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