Sunday, September 30, 2012

A Little Work, A Little Travel, A Little More Rest

Don't miss a bunch of pictures from Richton Tent Revival posted yesterday.

This is where the tent was...

Saturday started early after a short night but ended with plenty of rest.

After getting the tent down Friday night we visited with friends until late and finally went toward bed about 2:00. The Pavilion we were parked next to at the city park was rented Saturday so we were up unhooking the bus getting it ready to move to the church. 

It is probably less than 3 miles from the park to the church so it was definitely a short travel day. After the bus was set up and wired in Bro. Scott and I took the church van back to the park and brought the tent trailer to the church and parked it in the back.

The tent trailer will spend the winter here so Kelly Jo and I spent some time separating tent revival gear from regular gear and putting the regular gear back in the bus. We ate quick lunch with the Morris' and then I went to the bus for a long afternoon nap! I went out like a light. From the puddles outside it must have rained cats and dogs but I did not hear it at all.

Cleaning up in style...

I appreciate Pastor Scott Morris and his church for allowing the tent trailer to park here for the winter. It is a huge blessing to me. Leaving it in the south saves me from having to pull it several thousand miles between here and Citronelle, Alabama next March. That not only saves a whole lot of diesel but also saves me a bunch of worry and aggravation about getting in and out of a several of places where I will not need it at all.

About 5:00 we went with the Morris family for some great Mexican and then came back to the church to set up our sound and fellowship some more. Then I went to bed early for us and slept good again.

Great food with even better friends...

Today we have Homecoming here in Richton and then we are supposed to be in Ellisville, Mississippi for service tonight. Tomorrow morning we plan to point the nose of the BoggsMobile toward Bond, Kentucky.

Thanks for praying for us.


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