Sunday breakfast was more casual and simple since we were all getting ready to go to church together.
Herb captured this photo of our breakfast gathering. Yogurt, granola, bran muffins and cinnamon rolls.
I drove the “girls” to church and Dear drove the guys. Lovella captured this selfie of the “girls”. Pastor delivered an inspired message on the Preeminence of the Word that motivated many good conversations through the rest of the day. “We know where we are headed, Being real is Not an excuse for sin, We wrestle until we are transformed, we submit ourselves to an Absolute Standard” Once again we were in awe on how the Holy Spirit delivers congruent messages all across the globe.
After church we all gathered at our favorite Mexican restaurant in Chewelah, El Ranchito. The waitstaff entertained us and took good care of us. Straight from lunch Herb and Anneliese said goodbye and headed to their border crossing which would close at 5PM. The rest of us took a more scenic route home to enjoy more of this part of Washington State.
Home again to our front yard campground we were all talking about all the food we had enjoyed and decided a hike would be in order.
We headed to nearby Douglas Falls Campground and hiked. Back home we refreshed and later enjoyed leftovers from our previous meals.
Monday morning dawned with pack up activity as all the campers would be heading out after breakfast. We enjoyed an egg scramble, some leftover bran muffins and toast. Bev has taken up sketching and we got to see some of her art work. She is gifted.
We suggested copies of this work of art for Christmas!
Final conversations and goodbyes.
It was sad to see all the campers head out to the road.
Dear and I had our cup full from all the good times. Our guests left us gifts that will remind us of our epic camping experience with these Mennonite Girls and their hubbies.
We have found some perfect spots for the barn wood, barbed wire cross, the windmill bird house and ceramic plaque.
We were also gifted certificates for a couple more meals at El Ranchito! This is a generous and thoughtful group. Having this group at our home was gift enough but we appreciate their thoughtfulness that goes the extra mile.
Come again, come often! God be with you till we meet again.