This weekend Jorge and I took advantage of the wonderful weather.
We rode our motorcycle and enjoyed both Saturday and Sunday riding it.
On Saturday we rode it with several other bikers.
We went to different churches in four different counties
and prayed for each church, its pastors, and congregations.
It was funny in one church we all are out in the parking lot
of one church and two little old ladies came out and saw us.
I think they thought we were Hell's Angels and they quickly went back in the church.
We ended the evening at the last church enjoying a delicious meal
of corn chowder soup, potato soup, and chili with delicious desserts.
Today Jorge and I rode the motorcycle one last time for the year - possibly.
We headed down south to Bloomington, Indiana.
We were going to attend a church there that is geared toward bikers.
Jorge had met several of the members at a motorcycle expo in Indy.
We get to the church and find the parking lot is full.
Little did we realize there was a parking are for the bikes.
The service was amazing and unique.
Afterwards, we met friends for lunch.
Great and wonderful time with them.
After our lunch, we rode the scenic route.
It was beautiful and wonderful.
We arrive home and find our neighbor's
children playing basketball on our driveway!
Starting the day looking at the beautiful sunrise.
Motorcycles at the House of Prayer in Elletsville, Indiana.
Lunch with great friends.
The county court in Bloomington, Indiana.
The roads reminded me of New Hampshire roads.
We weren't the only ones enjoying the day.
We came to Morgantown and found several antique shops open.
This one particular shop had one of its windows honoring
the veterans. This window displayed WWI items.
The courthouse in Franklin, Indiana.
I looked up and saw tic tac toe made the airplanes.
Our neighbor's kids with our dog Dotty enjoying our yard.
What a great way to end the day, kids playing!