That afternoon I plowed our driveway so that our sons Jesse and Matt could get to our place to take care of the animals in our absence.
|This calf with white markings is about the fifth of|
the new breed of Highlander Cattle that we have
developed after generations of careful herd
management and genetics. We are calling this new
breed, "Two Pine Highlanders"
Yesterday, Monday, Vivian and I left the farm at 7:45 on our way to the pharmacy in Tomahawk to get tested for Covid, a necessary step to enter into Kenya. The test had to be done less than 72 hours before flight time.
It was Larry who discovered this for us. Larry is a friend of ours from the Log Church who is traveling with us on this trip. I am sure you will hear more about Larry as the days roll on. He told me that he has always wanted to go on a mission trip, but this is the very first time that he had the opportunity.
|Vivian and I with "Jeeves"|
Larry has quite a background, including a history of military service. At this very moment, we are sitting in the MSP airport waiting for our flight. Because of his military background, he was able to invite us into the Armed Forces Service Center, so we have nice comfy chairs and free snacks.
“Good ol’ Jeeves!”
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