The Pioneer Reunion

Well howdy ya'll. I'de like to tell ya about our family reunyan we had there the other week. We had a hootin' hollerin time. The theme was pioneer days. Well we had one injun show up, his name was little bear. He broke his tomahawk trying to scalp us.
We even had a rootin tootin bull ride. Boy that bull went a swingin' and a jumpin' all over the place.
Then the yungens had to help do the warshin. Like they say around here if you don't work you don't eat.
We had a few wagon trains pull into camp just in time for some pulled pork sandwiches and a pot of beans.
This ol'e varmint came in over heads on a tree limb. It sure scaret the girls. You would of thought it was a buffalo stampede.
Here is the critter that caused such a ruckus. I would have put a hole through his head with my six shooter but the town folk decided to let him go out in the woods.
Trying our luck at a game called corn hole.
Injun's and cowboys running a sack race.
Then we all headed out to Jake's claim where we panned for gold. They struck it rich!! Some of them there cowboys walked away millionaires.
Those who struck it rich got to spend their penny nuggets at the local mercantile store.
I'se never seens a store with so many goodies. 
Little bear turning in his penny nuggets for some candy and an apple.
This sure was just a right down good day. I hope we have another shin dig soon.


Arabic Festival

While in Cincinnati we visited an Arabic Festival, where we enjoyed some good ol'e authentic Arabic food. Joseph had lamb meat and rice, one of his favorites!
We ran into this vicious tiger after we ate our supper.


June Deputation

June 1st we had a very interesting service in Columbus, Ohio. That Sunday morning the service was held at a local park. This church was started by a man who told Bible stories to a group of children that met in a vineyard. So every year the church remembers it's roots by holding an outdoor service.
Immediately after our service pastor Robbins married a young couple from the church. Our first time to have a deputation service at somebodies wedding. haha.
That Sunday evening we had a service at Mount Eaton, Ohio where we caught up with our good friend Jim Helems. There is an interesting story behind our friendship. Jim had been one of our blog followers. He knew all about our story and prayed for us faithfully. He had been a missionary in Honduras years ago and took an interest in our ministry. Then a year ago he came to Honduras to visit some of his old friends and decided to contact us. Ever since then we have been good friends and he invited us to have a service at his church. It's amazing how God works.