The Chapel at the Buck

We were up early on Saturday morning to take the chapel to the Annual Trucker’s Day at The Buck to benefit Children’s Miracle Network.

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DSC_5796It was a beautiful morning.

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DSC_5808   I was grateful that Volunteer Chaplain Bob Russell was there to help Cerwin set up the steps.

DSC_5811They enjoyed sitting in the shade of our canopy and watching truckers arrive.

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DSC_5817Since the guys were at the chapel, I took a walk to check out the “scenery.” Some of these guys and gals have beautiful rigs.

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DSC_5852One of the guys noticed this interesting critter on our canopy and told me to bring the camera. I have no idea what it is.

DSC_5855Our view from under the canopy.

DSC_5867The owner of this company stopped by the chapel to tell us that he appreciates our ministry to drivers.

DSC_5873He had several trucks there.

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DSC_5875   I walked on to see what other drivers arrived since my last walk.

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DSC_5854It was a good day at the chapel.

We are given a prime spot at the show, but have to move out by 4:00 p.m. to make room for vehicles coming for the evening event – truck pulls. One of these years we are going to stay for that – but not this year.

DSC_5885Some of the pull trucks were arriving about the time we left.

4 thoughts on “The Chapel at the Buck

  1. That critter looks like some sort of prehistoric beetle! Such beautiful colors and shiny wheel covers on those trucks — they really show a pride of ownership!

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