The Hayes Zoo

Our Purpose

- to know God and use our entire lives in service to Him.

- to stand in the gap through prayer, giving and service to viable ministries in Latin America.

- to be transparent helpers of fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, using our resources and skills that through the Holy Spirit, we might encourage and equip those who have less.

- to share a living perspective from Latin America to our churches, friends and family in the states and beyond.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Hayes Zoo North American Tour, mile 905

Tonight we made it as far as Monclova, Coahuila, about 3-1/2 hours south of the border. The trip has been very smooth and uneventful. Yesterday we spent the night outside of San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato at a very nice hotel, after being waved through the only military checkpoint we came to, and seeing no police.

Today was just as smooth, with several truckstops along the route with ATM's and iced coffee drinks. It was cloudy today, which kept everything cool, but never rained. We actually had the heater on in the truck when we started out this morning; we haven't used the heater in about a year and a half.


The Reader said...

Sounds like you could not have asked for a more perfect first day; praying the rest is just as smooth and easy and uneventful, and that there are plenty of ATMs, iced coffees and easy-breezy checkpoints all along the way. (-TxHeather)

Grateful for Grace said...

Wahoo, one day closer to SA!