Yesterday, I pulled into town for the final time. We had a Suburban packed to the gills, a car packed up to as much as we could pack it, two dogs, four kids, and when I stepped out of the car, I took that wonderful deep Colorado breath of fresh air.
I'm excited about our new adventure here in a new town. I guess it's a new town, even though we've been living here in the summer for the last nine years. But it's finally coming true. A place where we can start fresh and build a new company one step at a time.
This summer, we're still going to be under the leadership of Kanakuk, and the camp is sure to have the thrills and excitement that any Kanakuk camp will have, and for those of you coming; I can't wait to share with you the new visions for the future. We're going to have plenty to talk about.
Thanks so much for your continued support. We sure do miss all our friends already, but our hearts are ready to grow full with the thoughts of new neighbors, new acquaintances, and new folks the Lord is going to put in our path.
The pace has already slowed down quite a bit, but I know it's just the calm before the storm. I can't stay still for long!!