Wednesday my books arrived!  What an unbelievably awesome answer to prayer.  They arrived at 7:30 a.m. and we left on our great adventure tour at 11:00 a.m.  We decided to take a southerly route since we have the trailer in tow, and we didn’t want to do mountains.  We saw some beautiful scenery, survived getting through Atlanta and Birmingham and experienced something I call “Galloping down the road.”  This occured when there was uneven road and the trailer and the pick-up seemed to get out of sinc.   Unfortunately, galloping tends to throw things around the inside of the camper!   Anyway, as we approached Memphis (our destination) we decided to stop and fill up with gas so we could just take off in the morning.  When we pulled into the Flying J and parked we discovered a mostly flat tire on the pickup.  Really and truly, mostly flat.  There is nothing to say but… THANK YOU LORD.  It was 8:30 at night but there was a truck repair shop across the road so we went over and they were able to fix the valve stem (the tire was fine).  Bruce told the repair man that we felt we must have had guardian angels on top of our truck all day.  He pointed up to the sign on the building.  We were at “Angel’s Truck and Tire Repair,” in Olive Branch, MS.  🙂 🙂  We decided we had enjoyed enough road time for the day and stayed right there in the parking lot of the Flying J for the night, got up early and still made it through Memphis before rush hour. 🙂

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