Mary and I returned home Tuesday afternoon. We left Seattle with its low humidity and temperatures of low 50s to mid-70s for the summer heat of North Carolina...and our home air conditioning has failed. What a change.
We are planning to be home for about 6 weeks before returning to Seattle to move Sea Hope to the Gulf Coast. We are using this time to visit family, work on writing procedures for the boat, refining our shopping list to outfit the boat, and just try to relax a bit. The past 4 weeks In Seattle were quite busy and a bit stressful, but overall they were highly productive. We are rejoicing in all God has done and is doing, and are trusting Him to guide us into the future.
Our transit crew is really coming together. We have members from North Carolina, Virginia, Connecticut, Wisconsin, and Mississippi ranging in age from 17 to 69. Two of us were submarine commanding officers. All of our skill sets complement each other. Only God could do this.
I am working on developing a tracking page so you can follow our progress during the transit. I will provide details later.
This time at home was unplanned, so we have open dates. If your pastor would like us to present the ministry at your church, please let me know. We will go anywhere we can to tell the great things God has done, and is doing, in our lives.