We are home!
The last leg of our journey flew past, South Dakota and Mt Rushmore gazed at us expressionless on our way past.
The cropland in the Midwest reminded me once again what a microscopic drop-in-the-bucket I play in the National Ag Game. We saw thousands of acres of soybeans and corn, and were amazed by the number of acres that were either too wet or too dry. Farming this year is not for the faint of heart!
We watched the sunset over the roaring Missouri River apparently they had opened up a spillway upstream and the waters were rolling! Any guess which song Em found for this one?
The last day we traveled hard and fast- 1030 miles in less than 16 hours. Our entire route is in pink.
After we told our new Lancaster friends farewell, and Em and I set our faces for Home, we hashed and rehashed the highlights.
What a privilege and adventure to explore this beautiful land. So thankful for God’s grace and provision along the way!
’Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far,
And grace will lead me home.
Thanks for all the support
See you down the trail,
If you’re interested in our #americabysong project, it’s posted here 🙂