Saturday, July 11, 2015

Back on US soil!

It has been a lot of fun being back in America. Our flights from Tanzania to America went so well. The kids did great. The airlines were great. The airplane food was the best I have ever eaten. :)
Since being back we have traveled from Florida to Alabama, from Alabama to Louisiana, back to Alabama, and tomorrow we head to Kentucky. We have seen lots of family and been able to visit one of our supporting churches. The transition has been great back to...being with family, so many choices, cable with commercials, fountain drinks with ice, Chick-Fil-A, open roads, driving on the right side of the road, road trips with fun stops along the way, fireworks on the 4th of July, trying on clothes before buying them, no mosquito nets, etc.etc.etc...

We are looking forward to the rest of our summer on the road and then getting back down to South Florida where the kids will start school. It has been nice to not have a set schedule, although it will be nice to be back in a routine at some point. 

Please email us if you would like to connect with us over the next year. 
safariseekers@yahoo.com

Enjoy some of our adventures through pictures. 
We drove by my Alma Mater-the University of Southern Mississippi
We surprised the kids with a trip by Duck Dynasty's Duck Command!
Cool piece of art there
Cousins having fun at the reunion!
Shelbyanne on the battlefield at Vicksburg, MS.
Donovan and his cousin having fun with the canons. 
First Bike ride! They rode their borrowed bikes everyday!
My favorite firework at home.

We went to the Battleship parkway to watch fireworks.
Loved hearing the kids say,
"This is so awesome! I can't believe it! Wow!"
Fireworks over the Battleship USS Alabama
We took the girls to see how doughnuts are made at Krispy Kreme.
Of course we had to get a dozen while we were there. 
Pops(Amy's dad) reading the girls a night time story. 
Meet Fluffy
I even touched her! She is very cool.
Emily wasn't so cure about holding her, but she did touch her too.
This is Pickles. He is a cool Cockatiel. 
Have a Great Day!!

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