We spent the night in San Luis Potosi in this Comfort Inn. It was a nice place to crash. First stop of the as we left was to the local Harley dealer where I bought my most expensive ever Harley T-shirt:-)
Getting gas was always an adventure and opportunity to experience "where I was".
The goal today was to get to Queretaro. There we were going to meet Jim and Becky Lee. Jim and Becky were "sent" to the mission field more that 40 years ago out of High Street Baptist Church in Springfield, Missouri. 4 of our riders, as well as Brian Weed, our Ride Extreme missionary, all come from the Springfield area.
What a beautiful couple. It is so humbling to talk to people who have literally committed their lives in the service of God. On top of that, they make an awesome tamale dinner!
Somebody else posted more on this woman but I have to mention her also. Georgia Webb is 89 and came to Mexico as a single woman missionary 68 years ago. The first picture is of her as a young woman along with her mother. The locals call her Luisa. She had recently fallen and is in need of healing. Brian Weed led us in prayer over her as we rejoiced in her impact on so many souls for all of eternity and for her health.
Queretaro is breathtaking in scenery and Mexican history. This aqueduct was built in the 1500's to deliver spring water to the original city. The water flowed along the top of it. This city is a major tourist attraction for the Mexican people. I would love to go back some day and spend three days walking around. This history and buildings were amazing and at night it comes alive as an urban center.