Guess where we are...

Guess where we are...

So were stuck in traffic  It’s  sticky, hot overcast, the phones are ringin off the hook from people were meeting at the next stop and the media.  So please keep emails, oprah, today all of them going becuase we need this story out there.  Were about 10 miles from legion riders.  On the road again…  –G

The KC War Memorial, is one of the most humbling experiences I’ve ever felt.   I hope one day to come back. Catherine and I had a 8 minute tour because were on a schedule.  We were honored to be escorted by Denise the museum director .  Kate made us the best sandwiches and got us back on road.  We just talked to my brother Russ on webcam and saw him and he saw us in the car. We picked up 11 quits our total is 406. We think we will pass our goal of 600 quilts in the van,  and worry about where are we going to put all these quilts. We might be sitting on them.  Kate is going to write about her experiences of today and we’ll post them later.  Well we’re on the road again
G

We arrived.  Kate is escorting us to the War Memorial. She brought us our lunch, ice sliced tomatoes and all the fixing, saving us lunch expenses.  Thank you Kate.  Stay tuned gotta go  –g

Well we left NE.  I can’t say enough of our experiences in NE.  Our cousin Sue even brought us homemade rubarb custard pie an banana bread, which the pie, Catherine and I scarfed on. The bread were still eating, this is one time I was glad Dad was gluten free.  The riders left us at the border, they were the greatest!!  This country is so beautful We are so honored to be representing the quilts of valor.  The corn is coming up in the fields are so green.  Mom and catherine are watching a jet streak in the sky.  On the road again
G