Posts filed under: Bob’s Bus Blog

Giving Thanks When U R N Trouble

After a 3rd bus breakdown during our recent Go West trip, many of us wondered, “Where is God?” “Why has He abandoned us?” “If God is Good, Great & Glorious, then why are we experiencing so many difficulties while on...
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Design a new sleeper bus for us

Maybe you will be the person to design a new sleeper bus for us! https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/Dxy4n0UT82o?rel=0 Use a little curiosity mixed with creativity.        ...
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Shake Down Cruise, Chapter 3

Duck tape. Tim, the mechanic, recognized the obvious – a broken air hose forced the emergency brake on below 60 psi. In order to fix the hose while on the side of I-85 he needs a clamp & 6″ of...
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Shake Down Cruise, Chapter 2

Chapter 2 continues: Saturday 7:50 AM, 7/20/13 15 miles from mechanic’s shop I start smelling what I think is a burnt wire. Then a lady drives past waving her arms for me to stop the bus. Looks like it’s on...
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Shake down cruise, Chapter 1

There’s a reason why it’s called a shakedown cruise. Today I traveling to South Carolina with my friend Peter to pick up our sleeper bus that’s been in the shop since mid-February for an engine & transmission replacement. After a...
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No longer needed?

Because our one & only sleeper bus is still not ambulatory after being in the hospital since mid-February, I was forced to surrender our annual trip to Jekyll Island.  Instead, I helped secure 3 x 15 passenger vans for a group heading...
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Parking Space Prayer

Contrary to this sign post I spotted on our GO East trip in NYC, one of the first lessons I discovered about prayer was how God does in fact honor the prayer of faith even for an insignificant parking space....
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Coincidence or answer to prayer?

How often do you see God intervene in your daily life? Is it a coincident when prayers are answered or is there really a God who cares for you and know each of us by name? Let me share a...
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Mountain Pass About Turn

I took a bus on a path like this when I drove my dad’s shiny new 34′ motor home up a 4 wheel drive mountain dirt pass in Colorado. In less than a mile, I “repented”: I realized I had...
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Mr Lee Where R U?

Mr. Lee lost near the Grand Canyon finds God’s perfect help! After visiting 5 smaller national parks near the Grand Canyon in August several years ago on the last night of our Go West tour, our passengers, all international college...
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