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Hope, Pekin, and Rugby ND
In Hope ND, on the night of the first, we had a kind of cyclists' revival. Eight of us altogether camped in the city park, swam in the municipal pool, and drank in the only bar. The mayor, Gary, even bought us a round. Joe and I were joined by a fellow named Matt outside Fargo and the three of us made up the Westward contingent. Mark and Bailey, a father and son and both high school math teachers, had met up with a young printmaker from Philadelphia named Hillary some days back and were travelling east as a group. The final two were James and Grham, traveling from Arcada CA to Rochester NY (!). James grew up not far from Joe. We spent the night marvelling at our congregation and the large and small ways we were connected. Another full day of riding took us to Pekin. Matt stopped in to the local bar (the Peek-in Pub) to ask if he knew somewhere to get pasta sauce in town. A kind woman in the bar made her poor ol' husband drive home to fetch a couple of jars of her homemade sauce. We were given strict instructions to leave the empty jars by the porcelin dog standing watch outside the door to the bar. After emptying them on our minute rice, instant potatoes, and old pasta, and treasured every bite, we did just as she told us. In the morning we had coffee and cookies and cake with the old retired farmers at the community center. We talked about travelling (good for ya), Obama (even more popular in Europe), wheat (abundant and delicious), and wind (incessant). We finished our first century of the trip going up state 1 from Pekin to US 2 and over to Rugby. After the long day, we got directions to Rockin' Relics, a 40s style soda fountain for milkshakes. It was a great place. The fellow looking surprised in the picture is Matt enjoying his milkshake. We're told that Rugby is the geographical center of north America, but we'll have to do more investigating in the morning when we wake up and head to the fairgrounds for a free Fourth of July pancake breakfast. Yum. The locals are getting into the spirit of the fourth a bit early: fireworks are echoing every few minutes from the little streets leading from the high school's field, where we're camped.Holy Relics Visitation / Speaking Presentation: Cobb-Adams Family Residence, 06/24/2010
I was invited my a fellow parishioner to conduct a Saints/Holy Relics Presentation in her Kailua home for her family and friends. From the start, the presence of the Holy Spirit was deeply evident, and although my projector malfunctioned twice(!) the presentation was still very well received by my very patient host and her guests. After the presentation was over, we prayed an Our Father together, and many expressed positive feedback at what they had learned about the Saints and their Holy Relics. The 9 relics that were presented for veneration were all showered with faith and devotion, as people approached the display and touched their rosaries and other religious articles to the reliquaries. As exhausted as I was from an extremely busy day at work, the smiles on people's faces made it all worthwhile (see additional photos in the Comments Section). + A Testimony from Mrs. M. Cobb-Adams: "Thank you again for coming to our house and giving that AWESOME presentation. My family and friends all commented how well you presented and found it to be very interesting. Also, thank you from the bottom of my heart for my St. Philomena relic. I will always treasure it and share it with others."
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