As of 0630 hours today, June 25th, 2014, ‘She Who Must be Obeyed’ and I will be ‘On the Road Again’, with PAL ‘our home in the sky’ and we’ll be away until August 6th.
We are going to try to post some stories in our absence but since this is a family vacation they may be few and far between. We do, however, have plans to visit at least 5 or 6 old, historic churches and buildings that we may, time permitting, report on during our travels this ‘rainy season’. Be on the look out for some of these reports.
But, we’ll see you again, for sure, in about 6 weeks.
The Little Blue Church was featured on our Christmas Card last year – here is a copy of the photo used:
During our ramblings through the southeast, this was one location that we just had to include in our plans…so here it is. As a matter of fact it fits right into the series we have created so far on our Vacation this year.
We’re On the Road Again. Rambling through the back roads of Southeastern Ontario and we Discover the Weslayan Methodist Branch of Protestantism. All in all a very interesting several days exploring the southeast…
As you may be aware, we’re on vacation at ‘home’ in Canada. But that doesn’t mean we’re just sitting around enjoying the coooooooooooool weather or sunning by the pool. We’re doing some work for you to enjoy on the website. Look for more on this particular church and others coming in August. See you soon!
Well, I was sorting through some photos of my trip to Israel in 1977 – taken with a Kodak Instamatic Camera – and those cameras weren’t that great. You have to remember that these pictures are over 30 years old…so you have to allow a little flexibility. In any event, ” She Who Must be Obeyed” and I had been discussing possibly going to Israel and the Holy Land in 2015…and then I came upon these photos. Coincidence or not…
Earlier in the week we indicated to our readers and visitors that we are interested in having more correspondents from around the world, who would be ready to provide us with their eyes and ears in different countries. We’re looking for people who travel quite a bit and may be interested in reporting on historical churches they may visit as well as any historical buildings they may encounter in their travels. Continue reading →
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