My apologies if you have been waiting to connect up with with my MYSTERY TOUR, dear readers. The fault is entirely mine, as I have never been one for solving technical problems. While I know exactly what I want to do, I often don't know how to go about doing it. But, don't worry, I always figure a way sooner, or later. And I am definitely not adverse to suggestions of easier methods to do things, so, if you have one of those, pipe up and tell me.

Meanwhile, all systems are set for a Friday departure. We will start for the Rocky Mountains, by car, so that we can explore the backroads around Victor, Colorado, in search of lost treasure. Real lost treasure. We are taking along our prospecting equipment, have researched old legends, and will see what we can find. Two things are certain. We always find adventure, and we always meet up with divine appointments along the way. Very exciting, any way you look at it, and I am so glad you have decided to come along! 

Here's how the schedule will work…

Monday: Updates of where we are, and what has happened over the weekend.

Tuesday: An interview with someone interesting we have encountered on location.

Wednesday: Announcement of weekly treasure hunt winners

Thursday: Divine appointment encounter

Friday: Weekly Video log

Some details…

On the sidebar you will find a Weekly Decision Poll you can participate in if you would like. This first week, we are having to decide whether to head north through the prairie, or west to the mountain route on our way to the gold mines of Colorado. If you have an opinion, let us know… we will go by whichever way gets the most votes.

There is also a box where you can put your name on our Prayer List. We pray for all the special people on this list every day, and wonderful things always happen. Also, anyone who wants to share any special prayer requests or praise reports will be able to do so on a page I will have up by next week.

So, there you have it, fellow travelers… four days from today, we will be on our way! If you have any questions or suggestions for us, just leave them in the comment section. And in the meantime… blessings!


  1. I think driving through the praraie is boring--just miles and miles of miles and it can get really hot! However, you might make better mileage than by a windy mountain road...but you would not be bored and likely not as hot! Prayers go with you!

  2. Hello, Carol... I'm inclined to agree with you. We have been many times along the prairie route (always in a hurry to get somewhere), and have always wanted to see more of the mountains. Maybe this will be the year. Ah, but we are leaving it up to our ARMCHAIR TRAVELERS to decide. So, one vote for the mountains... and I thank you for sending the prayers along, too!