Bro. and Sis. McCoy came to the motel to pick us up Tuesday morning and delivered us to the Denver airport right on time. The airport was pretty busy and the security line was long but within an hour we were waiting at our gate. They boarded Odie first and before you know it we were ready to go.
We took off from Denver about noon Mountain time.
The quick visit in Detroit, Michigan means Odie has now visited all 48 continental states in the USA.
Can you tell she is a little excited?
Some travelers do not feel like they have officially visited a state unless they stay over night, eat a meal, touch the dirt, pick up a rock or some other random qualifier. Not us. If we have been there, then we count it. Odie did eat a quick meal in Detroit but I doubt if she has touched the dirt in 10 states!
They had problems getting the plane engines started in Detroit (no joke) so we were about an hour late getting into Cincinnati. The engines seemed to run just fine once they were started.
My Pa and Ma were there waiting on us and soon we were loaded up and pointed toward the BoggsMobile with a brief stop at Acapulco to drink a little salsa.
I appreciate my parents picking us up. Dad also mowed the grass at the Lazy OD Ranch and kept an eye on the bus. He had the AC turned on in the BoggsMobile so it was nice and comfortable when we arrived. Five weeks without much humidity slapped us right in the face as we exited the airport and it was almost hard to breathe. I could get used to low humidity.
We are scheduled to begin revival tonight about an hour away at House of Deliverance in Hillsboro, Ohio. There is no place to park the bus there so we will drive the Green Machine.
Thanks for reading today.