The last several days have been happy ones. Our household spent as much time as we could cramming in time and as many activities as we could with our little brother, Ken and his son Justin. Our time together is precious and the visits are infrequent. Ken and his family work in Christian missions in Brazil. You can learn more about their work via their website, On a mission.
We don’t get to see him and his family often. When we do, it’s usually via a Skype conferences with sketchy WiFi.
For me, this visit was extra special because it was my first time to meet my nephew, Justin (my brother’s only son) in person. I adored him instantly and have been missing him terribly since he left. Nonetheless, we got to do some cool stuff together while he was here, including a tour of the Wabash bottoms, and ensuring he got to leave his mark.
Not long ago, I had the privilege of taking some young friends to write their names in The Old Red Covered Bridge, down in the Wabash River Bottoms. One of them is a favorite, frequent sidekick, Nathan.
Nate was kind enough to help introduce the old, local tradition to my nephew. I loved that it was something they both got to participate in, adding yet another generation of friendship to an existing one between families that spans two centuries..
Below are a few shots of our mini-adventure in the Wabash bottoms.
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