Sweet Trip Highlights: ABQ to Montana
Back side of the front range: We took the western route and flashed up through the Vail Valley. As the old school TV spot said, Vail Valley is yummy.
A night in Rock Springs, Wyoming left us on the door step of the gorgeous Tetons and a slide through Yellowstone on July 4th.
Always wanted to see Jackson Hole, now I want to go back and hit the amazing bike trail I scoped out. Then, off to Yellowstone.
No fireworks, but Old Faithful was a more than adequate substitute.
Elk, antelope and lots of deer of course. We hit the 'Grand Canyon of Yellowstone' right at sunset. Spectacular.
Another road trip highlight was the Battlefield of Little Bighorn, location of Custer's Last Stand. Sobering, I've studied this history many times, it was powerful to stand where Custer fell. Pride did come before his fall.
This road trip was more than worth it, because it led us to more than fantastic scenery and awesome history, it took us to the Skull Church outreach in Billings. I have been able to be some support to these events, producing and procuring secular radio for outreach is one of my favorite endeavors. For some reason, most churches and ministries spend the vast majority of their energy and efforts on Christian media, which is fine, but we also need to fish where the fish are are.
Do I also need to mention that four grand-daughters were in attendance with Levi & Jennie?
Added bonus: ultra-hours with Heidi & Larissa, then stopping in Denver to see Becca, Jason, Jaxon & Bridget. Excellent family time. Wealthy man am I.
It is amazing to see Skull Church and the 'Levi Lusko' brand be used so powerfully. We ain't seen nothing yet.
Well over one hundred young people responded to the gospel invitation, plus our media campaign generated huge impressions for various gospel messages. Love it. Love it. Love it.