The beginning of May found us still in the Northeast. We made the journey from Lisbon, Maine to Jay, Maine, about 35 miles away. Several of you told us that you read, with keen interest, in our last newsletter about our fiasco with the low bridges in Connecticut. I can tell you that during our trips afterwards we looked intently for road signs that prohibited large vehicles. We spent two weeks at New Life Baptist Church. Pictured to the left are its Pastor, Chris Grimbalas, his wife, my wife, and me. I had the opportunity to preach in several services and my wife spoke to the ladies in a Saturday morning fellowship. My wife also got to pursue one of her passions by going thrift shopping afterwards with seven other women from the church. The riddle for the day is “How many women and how much stuff can you fit in a seven passenger minivan that’s coming from a store where the goods are sold by the pound at a bargain price? Some of you ladies please ask my wife. She would love to tell you the story. She also has some pictures to share with you.