|July Trip to Dodge City, KS, and Kendall, KS|
|We had hardly started out on our westward journey |
when we ran into a heavy thunderstorm.
We were so thankful for the rain,
and were hoping and praying it was also raining in our dry area.
|When we arrived in Dodge City, |
we did our own little walking tour on the brick streets...
|...then headed further west to the community of Kendall, |
where the two Gary's helped with the cooking of hamburgers
for the Saturday night meal.
|Feed lots are very common in this area,|
but local ranchers, including my cousin Dick,
are running short of grass for their animals
due to the drought -
...one more reason for horse steak...
|I am adding this picture for |
Jenny Matlock, ...and Mr. Jenny...,
who share our love of Jeeps!
Gary spotted this one in a little Kansas town
as we were on our way home.
|We arrived home in time for our little peach and apple harvest, |
...made much easier with the use of Gary's bucket truck!
(Photo by Alex)
|He actually let me "drive" the bucket!|
I loved it!
(Photo by Gary)
Often I do something, then after I think about it,
I wonder if I should have done it.
This post was one of those things,
and I was afraid I might easily offend someone.
This morning as I was praying whether to remove the post or not,
I came across these words from Romans 14 in the Bible:
"One man's faith allows him to eat everything,
but another man, whose faith is weak, eats only vegetables.
The man who eats everything must not look down on him who does not,
and the man who does not eat everything must not condemn the man who does,
for God has accepted him."
...So, I guess I'll keep the post...
For my latest Names of God on Rocks in a peachy setting, click HERE!
...And thanks for coming along on the little Kansas trip with us!