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 the PsalmsPlaying hide and seek with God Psalm 139: Your reassuring presence, coming and going. It’s no surprise that this is a favorite psalm for many of God’s people across the years. It’s a celebration of God’s connection to our lives. … Continue reading →
- Devotional on the Psalms
- 2016 – Sightseeing Without the Houston Traffic – west of Lake ConroeWe’ve enjoyed several visits to Lake Conroe Thousand Trails near Conroe, TX and our big travel adventures have all started and ended with stays at this nice campground. Many people who visit here make sightseeing trips into Houston and even … Continue reading →
- 2016 – Sightseeing Without the Houston Traffic – west of Lake Conroe
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