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Tag: Off roading
On this day I explored the Anza Borrego Desert, in this particular video are clips from Fish Creek Trail, and Sandstone Canyon. While doing so, I also evangelized the off-road community, as I distributed Gospel tracts to fellow off-roaders. I saw a group of ‘university students’ studying this amazing canyon. When I exited my Jeep
Sometimes ya gotta slow down, and have a little fun.
This was just a snippet of the Gospel Seeds planted. By God’s grace, hundreds of Gospel tracts were distributed. This festival was hosted by ‘Off Road Nights.’ Music, ‘The Fast and Furious,’ by Brian Tyler.
My wife and I went four-wheeling on Cleghorn trail. A fire erupted, but the authorities did not evacuate us. By the time we got to the Lake Silverwood side, Highway 138 had been closed. The first hill (a large rock) had been closed-off in 2014 (with chain-link fencing). But it had been recently reopened, so
Today myself and some fine fellows went on an off road trip up in the Lake Arrowhead Mountains, to a place called the “Devil’s Hole.” When we took our lunch break, this rattlesnake decided to slither under my Jeep. Also distributed some tracts. More off-roading videos via my off-roading tag here. Music ‘Secrets’ by Hans
What a wonderful day with my ‘first ministry’ (my wife), as well as friends, and new friends. This trip consisted of five Jeeps, and ten persons. Regretfully we only have video of ‘some’ of the critical obstacles. We winched one Jeep, and strapped another that was ‘wounded in action.’ The only carnage we had today,
Since my Cardiologist says that I can drive again. Today my first ministry, my wife and I enjoyed driving through fields and hills covered with spring-time flowers. It’s unusual for the Inland Empire, but they were lush with green grass, and Golden Poppies (thank God for our heavy winter rains). Though they are not depicted
My dear brothers Martin Sr, Martin Jr and myself distributed Gospel tracts to those present. This video depicts a portion of this labor of love. He who dies with the most toys still dies. But he who dies with Christ wins.
My wife and I exploring Gods creation, one excursion at a time. Our mean looking dog at the end, was actually stepping in between the other dogs, to referee the other two. I suspect that’s why her former owners gave her up for adoption four years ago. It looks real bad, but had I put