Monday, March 29, 2010

Big Day in Canada

We were at Rod and Lisa's house again and didn't have to leave until about 10:00 AM.  Adam arrived about 9:45 AM and we loaded the bags and drove to Port Huron.  We filled up with gas and crossed the border into Canada about 10:15.  We found a Starbucks in Sarnia and had a cup of coffee and went over to Meghan's parents house in Petrolia about 11:30.

We met her brother and fiance, an uncle and aunt and had a very nice lunch.  They put on a very nice spread.  It was the first time Kelly got to meet everyone and our first time to meet her brother, his fiance and uncle.  They are all wonderful people and we cherished our time with them.

Later we watched the NCAA tournament and Duke pull away from Kelly's alma mater - Baylor.  We decided to stay in Petrolia and then went across town to Tully's Bed and Breakfast.  It is a wonderful old house that has been fully restored.

We will be going back over to see Meghan and Adam and her mom for a while before we get back and fly out of Detroit Airport later this afternoon to Houston.  From there we will drive on to Galveston where we have our RV.  We will be finishing up the week with NOMADS before departing on Friday.

Thank you for viewing the Roadrunner Chronicles today ~ and thanks to all of you that have been praying for Meghan and Adam and her parents and family.   They have been through a lot and there are tough days ahead...


  1. Good Morning Randy & Pam... I am so happy for Adam & Meghan... What a wonderful day and I know they were so happy and glad you were able to get there to share in the ceremony!!! Have a safe flight back.

  2. What a special day for you all! Glad you could be part of such an exciting yet intimate day!

  3. Congratulations to you all!! A special day for a very special couple. We are so happy for you all as well as Adam and Meghan. Our prayers go with them always.

    Mike and Gerri

  4. Congratulations and best wishes to all of you (especially Meghan and Adam)! We wish the happy couple all the best and God's blessing.

    John and Carol