Archive | November 2014

Day #134 Erick, OK Interest

Day #134 Erick, OK Interest

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Angie Allen found us on Old Hwy 66 this morning. She had seen us in Sayre yesterday and today she took pictures and said “God bless you all!”

At lunch, Harvey and June Wright took interest in our walk right away. We ate together, enjoying each other’s company. They wish us success and safety on the walk.

Another man showed interest in the walk. He is sitting behind Harvey and June in the picture.

Sherman and Sandra Alsip were also eating lunch as we were leaving. They already knew about the walk, were happy to see us, and wish us well.

Walking through Erick, OK

Walking through Erick, OK

Day #134 – MISC Pictures

Day #134 – MISC Pictures

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Day #134 – Visit to Erick, OK City Hall

Day #134 Visit to Erick, OK City Hall

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We were welcomed to the city of Erick, OK by the staff at City Hall –
Mayor T.J. Smith, Harold Blessing, Christy at Front Desk, City Clerk Ruth, and her husband, Ray.

As Pastor Chick spoke of a new birth of freedom and integrity for our country, Mayor Smith said “We need it!” and “We’re proud of you – and everyone who takes a stand.”

After Mayor Smith and Pastor Chick sat down and conversed, they went outside for pictures as Pastor Chick presented a non-sectarian 40 day prayer guide for our nation to the city in care of Mayor Smith, as a memento of this historic walk.

While outside, Ruth’s husband, Ray, sang a song to Pastor Chick “Let Him in”. In turn, Pastor Chick sang “A Breeze of an 18-Wheeler”.

Day #133 – More Flag Repair

Day #133 – More Flag Repair

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We were surprised to see that the wind had caused another bad place on the flag. We stopped to see if Sandy at Stitches ‘n Seams could fix this one. She did – and donated her services. Thank you, Sandy!

Day #133 – More Interest Shown

Day #133 – More Interest Shown

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Mary Patterson stopped and asked what Freedom Walker is walking for. She seemed to be pleased with our cause and gave us each a key chain with a tiny Bible on it.

While we were eating lunch, Diana Parkhurs came to learn more about the walk. She had seen Freedom Walker salute her and wanted to express her appreciation and find out what was behind it.

Day #133 – Visit to Sayre City Hall

Day #133 – Visit to Sayre City Hall

When we arrived at City Hall, we were greeted by Vice Mayor, Gene Moses. He told us that Connie, with the Sayre Record, was on the way so we went outside to take pictures in front of the City Hall. Pastor Chick presented a memento of this historic walk to the city in care of Vice Mayor Gene Moses.

Vice Mayor Gene Moses said he appreciates what we are doing.

While all visited, Jennifer, a City Hall employee, also stopped to learn more about this walk.

Day #133 – Sayre, OK

Day #133 – Sayre, OK

Day #133 – Interest in Sayre, OK

Day #133 – Interest in Sayre, OK

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There were several road-side interests today.

Mellissa Menasco and Anita Cliff drove a ways to catch up with Freedom Walker and took pictures with him.

Susie Housted was working at a church, saw Freedom Walker walk by and the car parked in their driveway, and drove down to learn what he is walking for and to express her support

Rani Rakestraw said “I’m so on board with you. We need more people like you!” She offered him some hot chocolate.

Rex Condit said he is 100% American and 100% military. “It will take a lot more people doing what you’re doing to change America.” He bought us lunch.

Day #132 – Blessings from #1 Okie Design

Day #132 – Blessings from #1 Okie Design

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We had left some shirts at #1 Okie Design for printing of our web-site on the back-side. These are for Freedom Walker to wear on days that are too windy to wear the sign on his back. Today we picked them up and Sherry donated her labor to us!

Later Pastor Chick noticed that the flag was fraying between one of the red and white stripes. I called Sherry for a recommendation of who could repair it and she said she could probably do it. She did – and again – she donated her services!

Thanks to God for inspiring Sherry to help us out.

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