Friday, October 30, 2009

Texas 2009

We are in Dallas today heading to Austin to see my old buddy Mike Jones and his family. It has been raining for days and days.
We mined for diamonds yesterday in Arkansas with no luck. It was a giant mud hole from all the rain. Most of the rivers in Arkansas are overflowing. It has been a rainy year.

Ohhh yeah, before I forget, we got our new VRV trailer. 8x16 with 2 sleeper sofas and a pullout bunk. Pretty cool. We slept in it in a walmart parking lot the other night to test it out.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Egypt 2009 Post Trip

So Egypt was interesting. The pyramids are obviously amazing and we saw some of the oldest churches in the world along with some cave churches.

The city of Cairo itself, though, is very, very dirty and polluted. 20 million people with tons of traffic and garbage. I guess that is where the US is heading if obama and his muslim buddies succeed in destroying our country from the inside out. Nobody smiles there either.

The orphanage in Cairo, on the other hand, is like a beacon of light shining in the darkness. Everyone smiles, the place is clean, and the kids are great. I would have brought a couple of them home with me, but the muslim obamunists won't let you adopt.

We set up a computer lab and hired a teacher to teach computers and english to the children. We started a playground, finished another room, got the kids some scooters, and basically had a good time there. Hopefully, these kids will grow up and shine like diamonds to everyone around them.

Today, we are heading to Arkansas to search for diamonds, the hard kind. Then off to Dallas.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Egypt 2009

Since my last post, we have been through the Adirondacks in upstate NY and we have visited Niagara Falls. Very impressive. I highly recomment everyone see Niagara Falls at least once in their lifetime.

It was raining up their for days so we headed back down to Atlanta. We stopped in Kentucky for a few days at the red river gorge. Didn't get to do any climbing because I messed up my left calf which is still healing. But we get a mac daddy pizza from Miguels place.

Once we got back to atlanta, we saw the devastation in douglasville from the floods. Truly amazing how high the water came up. The detours right now are a huge pain in the butt, though. And the corrupt obamunist regime is doing nothing to repair the bridges. Where the F... is all the money they steal in property taxes going? Oh, I forgot, they steal that to indoctrinate the next generation of kids instead of fixing the roads. Interesting priorities.

I am going to trade the trailer in for a bigger VRV when I get back from Egypt.
I am currently in Cairo. Craziest place to drive I have ever been to. It's insane. We saw an orphanage yesterday. What a great bunch of kids.

Anyway, I am laying around today because I picked up some stomach bug yesterday.