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Welcome to the travels of Doug and Nada. We love the Lord and are traveling full-time in our motorhome with our German Shepherd, Homer. Homer is the star attraction wherever we stop and he gets us talking and sharing with many people. DON'T FORGET: YOU CAN ENLARGE EACH PHOTO BY CLICKING ON THE PHOTO! The newest blog post is at the top and they go back in time as you scroll down. If you want to see each photo larger, you can just click on the photo and it will enlarge. If you decide to leave a comment, don't forget to sign it so we know who left it. ;-) Folks: This site is under continual construction as we travel and see this beautiful country. Check back for more updates and photos. Thanks for visiting with us! May God bless your day!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

9/28 - Branson, MO

During the National Homeschool Leaders Conference in Branson, MO, we had some time to do some sightseeing. We met the Perez family at the Hard Luck Diner for dinner where the waiters sing to you. The guy on the right was one of the finalists on American Idol. It was a real experience as the two waiters sang to Gavino's mother. Sorry for the funny color of the photo.... My iphone flash did not go off for some reason. ;-(

Then we went to the Titanic Museum.....

Here we all are on the replica grand staircase.

On Sunday evening Doug and I went to see Yakov Smirnoff and the Russian Circus. It was superb! In the photo below, the clown, Andrei, has enlisted Doug's help in pre-event fun of crowd volleyball with a huge beach ball.

In the photo below, they are serving our dinner to us.

We have moved on to Texas. We stopped in Mellisa, TX just north of Dallas and had a lovely visit with our friends, Wade and Jessica Hulcy. It was great to see them! Josh always called Jessica his Texas Momma since he frequently stopped at their home on his trips west to NM and AZ. Today we moved on to Aledo, TX, just west of Fort Worth, where we are camped for a few days so we can again sightsee Fort Worth. Tomorrow we plan to go to the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing - one of two places where our currency is printed. We also want to visit the Historic Area of the Stockyard and see the daily cattle drive.

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