Ok, I find myself here in lovely Tulsa, Oklahoma. Tulsa is a very nice city -
there's lots to do, a whole bunch of churches, many mission endeavors, but I find one thing a little unusual here.
While the people are very friendly and relaxed, there seems to be no deep interaction between them. Why is that?
Any Oklahomans out there?
Ok, it's been awhile since I posted here.
Last I did, I was blogging about south CA.
Didn't like it. Very disappointing. However, central and northern California are gorgeous.
Oregon, my hat's off to you - except for those parks that you have to pay a fee to get into. BOOOOOOOOO!!! Not nice!!!
Idaho, you are one of my absolute favorites! What a beautiful state. Montana has the biggest skies I have ever seen.
God's artwork is evident everywhere
This afternoon, I find myself motoring into Palm Springs, Ca., on I-10.
I have heard so many things about PalmSprings, and how celebrities congregate here, and how lovely it is.....
Lies, all lies!
Don't get me wrong, the mountains are majestic, although completely brown - no vegetation. But what I was really surprised to see about environmental California is, what they have done to pollute the natural scenery.
Acre aupon acre upon acre, row upon row,
Today I find myself motoring on into Arizona. Destination, Mesa.
How I love being a minister on wheels.
As I come to a major intersection/entrance to a highway, I notice at the last minute, a man holding up a sign. I didn't catch what it said at first, because the light had changed.
Looking back it said, "Homeless, all contributions appreciated".
I turned the corner entrance onto the freeway, and would't you know, one lane is baracaded off