Thursday, July 18
Cerwin said, “Get a picture of this truck coming up on my left.”
He noticed that there were a lot of axles – something we often look for in Michigan, because most states don’t allow that much weight – the reason for so many wheels.
What a beautiful, well-kept rig.
A windmill just before we got to Zeeland.
This is the place we were looking for.
We were told to look for trailer number 5009 – as that is the one that Grassmid was donating to TFC for a future chapel.
This is a 53 foot trailer, so Cerwin will keep it for placement in a large truck stop.
Going by the windmill again.
This was our view of the Toledo, Ohio, Chapel when we pulled into the fuel island at Toledo TA Travel Center, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Chaplain Wayne keeps beautiful petunias in barrels next to the chapel.
There is usually one or two that grow through a small opening in the black top.
Cerwin asking Wayne where to park our rig.
This nice truck went by us as we walked to our chapel rig after having supper with Wayne.
Cerwin finished his log for the day.
My view of the Toledo Chapel before going to bed.
Part of me was sad that this would be our last night of sleeping in the truck.