In mid-October we re-visited the cabins we have enjoyed for years. Dan checked out the tramp. Life is good… even up-side-down.
Tuesday afternoon we drove the backroads like we used to when all the children were small. Everyone has a heartland and as much as I love my adopted state of Michigan something stirrs deep within me when I visit the cluster of counties in central Ohio known as Holmes, Licking, Knox and Coschocton.
On the banks of a swift-running brook on a perfect autumn day together. We all enjoy being a part of Kyle and Elizabeth’s courtship. Heidi, Hope, Hannah, Dan, Kyle, Elizabeth and Wes.
Parshalville Mill Saturday, October 9th we spent some time with Kyle and Elizabeth at a quaint old mill in the Michigan countryside, complete with a waterfall, fresh cider and donuts. It was a perfect autumn day.
On the way home we found a yard full of maple leaves. The happy couple were glad to pose for some more photos there.
We met Elizabeth about three years ago at Camp Barakel. She was a counselor. I (Ken) was the speaker for the week. I thought Kyle might want to get to know her and keep in touch. Eventually the Lord led them together. They have been inseparable since.