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Celebrating with Family

February 12, 2016

Kent and I had a wonderful time with our family in December. We all gathered at Josh and Teresa and Silas’ house to celebrate Christmas and to celebrate Josh’s Masters Degree graduation in Informational Technology. This was a week before Christmas.

We had such a great time together. Josh and Teresa rented a house where we could all be together. Kara, Nick and Ivan came as well so that made 8 of us. It was fun to see Silas and Ivan interacting. Ivan was just starting to walk and that was great fun for all of us to watch too.

 

Josh’s graduation was a real treat to be able to attend. Since he only got 4 tickets to the event, it was Teresa, Kent, Kara and I that got to actually see him graduate. Wow! What a privilege!

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Afterwards Teresa held a family party for her family and their friends to come and celebrate with Josh too. So Fun!

We did get to celebrate Christmas together. We have fun swapping names and then buying for one person. (We do this on an online site so no-one knows who gets whom except maybe the one who helps Silas buy. But it is always fun!) Grandma gets to put little presents in our stockings as well but it is very low key. We mostly just enjoy being together and that is our present to each other!

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We did get to go see the new Star Wars movie together too. Thanks to Kara and Nick getting us tickets..on them. Kara and Ivan stayed an extra couple of days. One day she took Silas and Kent and I to a trampoline place. Ivan and Silas loved it.

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Other pictures of our time together. I think you can see how much we enjoyed this time together!

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We are so blessed to have our grown children walking with our Lord and serving Him in many ways. We are thrilled for the opportunities on their jobs to share Christ’s love with people. We continue to pray for all of us to follow God with our whole hearts.  If you pray for us, please pray that God will continue to draw all of us closer to Him and that Silas and Ivan will understand God’s love for them and the world.

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May God bless you! Thanks for those that pray for us!

Jan for the Roaming Reimers

 

 

Another wonderful visit and meetings and strategy

September 15, 2015

A few weeks ago Kent and I flew to our Headquarters for some meetings with our staff. We also got to stay with our daughter and family for that time. It was wonderful to see Ivan at 9 months old and watch him pull himself up to things and as well as crawling along. It was fun to sit and play with him too. We are so blessed to have seen him several times this first year of his life. Of course we had good visits with Kara and Nick as well. Since they are busy and we knew we would be we got for the weekend before and stay for a weekend after. So that was a nice visit. We also got to care for Ivan overnight and that was fun for us and them.

Pictures of our adorable youngest grandson

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After sitting in meetings all week we were glad to get a walk in. Ivan gets to be carried now but will be walking before we know it!

We are so very grateful for both of our kids and the families they have. Seeing them leading their families spiritually is a bigger blessing than we can say. God has truly blessed us with wonderful children and wonderful in-laws too.

We pray this day finds you doing well and praising God too!

Love from Jan and the Roaming Reimers

Summertime ministry in Oregon and a wonderful Special visitor

August 21, 2015

We got to spend the last several months in Central Oregon. We parked at a campgrounds and also at a church. Both places were fun and good and had advantages.

We loved parking where there are trees and cool breezes but at the campground it was hard to get work done, as people randomly would stop and chat, thinking that we were either on vacation or retired…Nice, but made it hard for Kent to get office work done.

Scenery from our window at the campground.

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So after two weeks we moved into town. A church there allowed us to park on their back parking lot. Kent was able to connect with several churches in the area. He spoke at one to several difference groups and we also connected in another one there. For the short time God really opened doors for ministry.

I got to help the church where we parked out with their landscaping for a month.  I did enjoy that too

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A few of the other bushes and areas that I cleaned up. It was fun!

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We flew to Arizona for a week for a pastor’s conference. We got to see our dear friends there after the conference. Her I am with Darlene but we also saw her husband Wayne and Don and Kathy. We all had lunch together and then played games all Sunday afternoon. Both of these two couples are a part of a small group that we have been a part of for the past 7 winters. We love them and do miss them when we are gone. We re so grateful for these kinds of friends in our Roaming lifestyle! The picture of the mountain is from that trip. Sometimes you are flying at the right time…Mt Hood as we flew into Portland, Oregon.

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When we came back from that trip we moved back to the campground because some newer friends, Dwain and Debbie were coming to camp with us. We all own the same type of rig and truck and so seem to become friends quite easily. We have been friends for about 6 years now. We “find” each other whenever we are close by and at least do lunch or something together.  This time we were together for over a week. Neat! In fact I think they came to camp with us and see a new area of the country too.

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We got to do a bunch of things together. A Farmers Market, a car show in town and several other things. It was fun catching up and seeing the new things they have done on their travels and in their rig too.  we are always learning form each other. Dwain had two surgeries in the past year and so seeing him doing so well was good!  Kent has recently had a lot of shoulder pain too, so they both had understanding for the others’ pain. We played games together and just had lots of fun being together.

The second week, our grandson Silas was coming for a visit. He flew alone as an Unaccompanied Minor for the first time! Grandma did a lot of praying for him too.  He flew to Colorado first and visited his aunt Kara, Uncle Nick and Ivan. Then flew again to us for a few days. Debbie allowed us to use her truck to go and get Silas from the airport. That was so kind of her.

We had such fun with Silas and our friends did too. They enjoyed him so much and his sense of humor. It was like having four grandparents instead of two. Debbie made sure Silas didn’t get sunburnt…applying Spray sunscreen. Grandma and grandpa played with him in the pool.

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We went swimming together every day and also tubed on the small river near us.When we tubed there was another family that went with us. Here we are waiting to be picked up but still in the water to stay cool. Silas is in the blue shirt/

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And every night we all played “Mexican train” a game played with dominoes and another game called Greedy. Silas beat us all several times and was a good sport when he didn’t.

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It was such fun and Silas loved every minute and grandma and grandpa too. The days flew by.

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The last day Silas was with us we said goodbye to Dwain and Debbie as we moved the rig into the city. He loved that.  He got to see the take down of our house and packing for moving…and then the driving and setting up again.

As grandpa was adjusting things I got this picture. He was very excited!! He got to sit in this seat for most of the trip.

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Here is a picture of him first watching the scenery going by and then taking a nap on the bunk…yes that is a net keeping him him safe while he sleeps.

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He is growing up so fast that he had questions about new things that he never asked before. So we can certainly see how grown up he is now. And after all he flew in a plane all over the place now. Wow!

When we got to town. Kent’s sister and her grown son met us for dinner. So here is a picture of them.

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The night before Silas left us…one last picture on my lap and a picture of him enjoying his new truck that he had bought with his own money. Cute too.

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I took him to the airport at 3:30 am for his early flight. He did so well and after I saw the plane in the air…I prayed until I heard from his mom that he was safely with her again. But it was a wonderful visit!!! Thanks coming for a visit Silas!!!  Grandma and Grandpa think you were very brave to come on the airplane by yourself!!! We do hope you will come many more times to be with Grandma and Grandpa..

Love to all,

Jan for the Roaming Reimers

A Wonderful Unexpected Visit

July 8, 2015

A week after we came back from our anniversary trip to Eastern Europe, we were gladly heading back north on I-5 to Seattle. Our daughter Kara and Husband Nick and Ivan were coming to Seattle for a few days.  Nick had some training at Microsoft’s headquarters in Seattle but they came a few days before so everyone could go and visit Kent’s parents who live about 2 hours north of Seattle.

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What a very special time we all had!! Ivan was just over 6 months old and such a delightful little boy. Everywhere we went he seemed to smile at anyone that looked at him!!

We had a very pleasant visit with Kent’s Parents for two days. We were able to go to church with them and “show off” Ivan. How precious! We also got a rare 4 generation picture.

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Kara, Nick and Ivan were able to stay with a dear friend Ed Karber. Ed and his wife Goldie have prayed for our family for years and they are very dear friends almost like another set of grandparents.

Goldie is now in a care facility. We all went and visited her. She even got to hold Ivan. So sweet!

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We returned to Seattle and Kent and I were able to stay with first cousins of Kent’s. And then LeAnn Kent’s sister came from Portland and spent a few days with all of us.  We all enjoyed Ivan. While NIck had his training we had time to visit and enjoy being together.

Kara took Kent and I to a garden area nearby. It was great as we walked and talked Ivan slept in his stroller. Yeah!

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All too soon it was time for Kara and Ivan to go and meet Nick to fly home. But we had time for a few more cuddles and some pictures. It was a very blessed visit!!

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We do miss seeing this little guy grow up but are so grateful for every minute that we do see and hold him. And see his parents too! Ivan is a big blessing to our entire family.

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For more pictures of this wonderful visit. See them at:https://vimeo.com/132772682

Love, from Jan for the Roaming Reimers

3 days in Bavarian Germany

July 3, 2015

We had three more days and I had planned a quiet three days after the cruise. I was able to find a rental car in the small town where the cruise ended and so we had that to look around the countryside.

I wanted to unwind time. So I went to the airbnb website(https://www.airbnb.com/) again and looked for a country setting to stay at.  We found a little farm that had horses in such a small town that we even had trouble finding it on the google earth map.  It looked like such a nice quiet place that I was excited to go there. Ida and Thomas were such great hosts even with our limited language between us. They struggled to understand our English and we used a translator to help with some of the words. they showed us around their little farm. They had refurbished so much of it. We could certainly see all the work they had done. Wow! we could appreciate all that hard work but the place looked so nice now!

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The view of the little town nearby and the view from their farm.

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Ida had known that we were celebrating our 40th Wedding Anniversary and had a very special gift for us. She had earned a medallion as a child because she had hiked many miles with him as a child of about 7 years old. And this medallion she had had for 40 years…so she wanted to share it with us. Wow!!! I was so overwhelmed and so appreciative!

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They took us into their closest town for a traditional Bavarian meal. Then we walked around and looked at the town and stopped for a ice cream. We loved this quiet place and would have loved to stay longer.

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Thomas and Ida were such gracious hosts too. You don’t get that kind of service at a hotel!!!

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They told us about a museum to preserve the Bavarian way of life. We went and spent 4 hours there just looking around. Neat.

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Our next stop was a small town called Mossburg which was about 30 miles from Munich airport. I again went to Airbnb and found a nice place to stay for our last two nights. Once again we had great hosts, Hubert and Angelika. They had a nice comfortable room for us. We walked to a local Bavarian restaurant and were trying to order when a local heard us and came over to help us in English. He was such a help too.

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The next day we drove around a bit as it was raining. We went to the country seat which was the town of Freising.

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There we saw lots of old buildings and had some coffee and sat and watched the people go by.

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It was very relaxing. That evening Hubert and Angelika took us to another Bavarian restaurant.

Next day we headed off to go to the airport in Munich. We were ready to get home. We had a great time but we were ready to be back in familiar surroundings again. Our flight back was uneventful.  Kent’s sister and husband met us at the Portland airport. We tried to stay awake  after traveling about 18 hours and share some of our trip. It was so gracious of them to host us overnight.

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The next day we drove the 4 hours back to our RV house. We thank God for a marvelous trip and a wonderful way to commemorate our 40th Wedding anniversary.

Here is a video with more pictures. Check it out at:https://vimeo.com/132401034

Jan for the Roaming Reimers

Now …the Danube River Cruise

July 1, 2015

What can we say? This River Cruise was very spectacular! It was all we had hoped for and more!!!

Since we have never been on a large cruise ship except to see them in our town in Alaska, we weren’t sure what to expect.  We were attracted to this River cruise because it was smaller boats with only about 160 guests and 40 some crew. We had the opportunity to sit where we wanted for dinner and could intermingle with all the guests better that way. A lot of stuff was already included and it was a more intimate and peaceful feel to it. I liked the fact to that it cruised during the day, sometimes so you could enjoy the beauty around you.

So we started off in Budapest. We had been there already for two days but had not gone to the spots that the cruise city guides went to on purpose. So on Sunday afternoon we went to get settled into our rooms and have a quick bite to eat on the ship as we were instructed. People were still arriving all evening.

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We had heard of a OLD coffee house and looked it up. It was one of those that were lavish inside. We took some pictures but all the patrons were eating and having coffee outside..as it was such a nice spring day.

The next day we had a English speaking city tour guide and bus to take us around the city. We saw by Heroes Square, where all the Hungarian Heroes were in Statues, and the beautiful Art Museum. We also got to see the beautiful Mattias Church on the hilly Buda side. I was so glad that we also got to see the inside of it. They drove us all around the city and we saw many beautiful buildings. They were quick to tell us the Hungary used to be a large empire before communism that is. That was a bit of history that I learned.

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We ended our day back on the ship and some Hungarian entertainers with their typical music. It was a good first day. We sailed away from Budapest at night. What a beautiful night time scene.

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The second day found us in Bratislava the capital of Slovakia. I loved this quaint capital. It was smaller and less commercialized and we had a wonderful witty, city guide. we still saw old building We also made some new friends from our cruise.  streetIMG_3143IMG_3146  IMG_3115

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Our 3rd day we went to another capital, Vienna, Austria. It was a cloudy day but thankfully did not rain on us. But again beautiful old buildings, coffee houses and in the evening Kent and I went to a concert to hear Mozart and Strauss music at a concert hall in Vienna.

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Our fourth day we cruised through the day in the beautiful and scenic Wachau valley. Many old buildings and a few castles and vineyards dotted the landscape. We did have some rain so the pictures are not as bright as they might have been.

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We then stopped at the town of Melk and were taken to see the beautiful Franciscan Melk Abbey on the top of the hill. WOW! See for yourself. The second picture is the ceiling of the chapel

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Day 6 Docked at Linz, Austria but we had an all day trip by bus to Salzburg. Much of the movie “Sound of Music” was filmed here as well as many old buildings and history.

Although it was a rainy day you could see the tops of the Alps mountains on our way.

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Our last stop was in Passau, Germany. This is a small town on the border of Germany with Austria. It was a nice small town to end our journey. We had an entire day here and so were able to see

Sauerkraut at a Farmer’s Market that we got to visit.

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We also got to have a free Organ concert at the local cathedral. Beautiful! It was also the actual day of our 40th Anniversary and so we had a special time with our new friends. We also said goodbye to the crew as we all were leaving in the morning.

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This was the end of our cruise. It was a great time. We still had three days in Germany to enjoy before heading back to the United States.

For those that want more pictures I have put a video together and here is the link for that. Enjoy!

https://vimeo.com/132347784

Jan for the Roaming Reimers

Inter-country train trip and making new friends

June 9, 2015

After our four days in Prague we hopped on a intra-country train. I had purchased reserved seats though I got second class, before we left the United States and was very glad of it as we had the window seat then with a small table to put our food on. I had purposely picked the second class as it would give us more opportunity to get to know anyone that spoke English.

We boarded the train in Prague, Czech Republic and went through a portion of Slovakia and then into Hungary. We knew it was supposed to be a 6 hour trip and so we had some food and drinks that we had picked up at a local store. They also had a small dining car but we were fine except for a coffee during the day. This train was really not for tourists but that is why we wanted to try it. It was more than half the cost of flying and quicker so we thought “why not?”

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We had a wonderful day too. the beautiful scenery went by our window and as it was a beautiful sunny day we could sit back and enjoy it. We had very nice travel companions, several Canadian students and others who spoke English well and several Czech people who also knew some English. that came and went as their stops came up. We were some of the few that stayed on the entire trip.

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It ended up taking us 8 hours as the train conductor and ticket taker got off at the Hungarian border as they were done for the day and did not cross the border. At least that is what we thought was the problem…without fully knowing the language you are never sure.

But we sat on the train for 2 hours waiting and finally two men came on and we got going again. It really reminded us of living in Brazil and just waiting until they were ready to take you  on.

Once we arrived in Budapest we soon found our hotel. It was a smallish one and the front doors sort of hide what is behind them. The front desk people were fluent in English and very helpful, so we were soon checked in and able to leave our luggage and go check out the city.

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The next day we met up with our co-workers and we had some delicious coffee and pastry together. They took us to some of the sites and also to the city market. I love going to markets in other countries or towns. It kind of tells you what the people eat and a little of their crafts too. So whenever possible we go to markets. We ended up having a late snack at the market which is always fun.

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The next day was Sunday and our co-workers asked us to join them at their International church. We had a wonderful time there and I so enjoying singing in English and taking communion there. There were people from many different countries represented there too. Fun!

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We really enjoyed meeting these co-workers and felt that they were encouraged by our time together.

We stopped at the California coffee house for coffee and to check our emails. We knew once on the cruise our internet would be sparse. It has an interesting name and it was filled with young people looking as if they were studying for exams. We felt right at home among them, although they looked at us kind of funny! I must Kent with his full white beard and mustache did draw looks at times.

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Stay “tuned” for part 3 which will be the cruise.

For more pictures of this part of our journey check out this video at vimeo.

Love, Jan for the Roaming Reimers

40th Anniversary trip/ Part 1- Prague

June 7, 2015

We recently returned from a 2 week trip to Eastern Europe. We wanted to visit some new countries and were able to get three new ones.  We arrived in Prague, Czech Republic by plane after traveling about 18 hours. We were so grateful that we had a colleague meet us to help us find our place to stay.

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We had several days there. We visited with one of our missionary families. That was a real treat and to meet their 6 children too. The father met us at the airport and was invaluable in helping us locate the place where we were staying. they also invited us to have a meal with them the next day and that was so sweet too.

Seeing beautiful old Prague was wonderful too. We found a great place to stay through a website called airbnb. We had a great view

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We were within walking distance of most of the old town. So we walked all over for the days we were  there.

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Oh yes, for those of you who know Kent well…you will see a big change in him. He has grown a full beard and mustache and it is all white! So he looks very different… but this is not the first time he has grown a beard and so I am getting used to it.

One great memory was that we went for a free city tour and the guide who spoke English didn’t have any other customers so gave us a private tour. Wow! That was special and at the end we asked him to join us for a bit of lunch, and then we got to know him better. That was a highlight for us.

We loved seeing the old and beautiful city of Prague. We met some nice people and made at least one new friend.

An Indian lady stayed with us in the airbnb apartment that we rented a room in. She was very sweet and invited us to visit her in India.

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Here is the link for a video with more pictures of our time in Prague. You will need to check it out in vimeo.

https://vimeo.com/search?q=Pre+cruise+visit+to+Prague

Come back to see more pictures of our adventure.

Love, Jan for the Roaming Reimers

Our 40th Wedding Anniversary …already!

May 28, 2015

For us we looked at each other several months back and said ” 40 years married already?” Where has the time gone? Hah! When we look at our adult children we soon realize that yes we were about to celebrate 40 years married.

So first a few pictures to show our journey…Enjoy!

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Here is a picture of Kent and me while we were dating

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A card that Kent made for me while we were dating. He did lots of photography in those days. He made this in his darkroom as a gift to me.

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A few years later living in Tennessee while Kent got his pilot training. We are standing by our little Renault LeCar.

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4 years married and Kent’s great uncle took this picture of us.

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 After Josh was born we went to live and minister as missionaries in SE Alaska. Yes Kent grew a beard for working there.

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Kara was born two years later while we were living in Ketchikan, Alaska and Josh welcomed her into our family happily!

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We finished our work there and moved to Brazil.

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We went back to the U.S. and Kent went to Seminary. We moved around a lot this year, and Kent got involved in Administration of the mission.

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Kent worked as the candidate director for the mission for 8 years in Kansas city, Missouri
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The kids grew up way too fast and all of a sudden they were going to college. I started to travel with Kent during these years so I could also help him in the ministry more.

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Josh came home from some time in Ireland with a girlfriend… They met there, but Teresa was from Michigan.  Teresa and he were married not long afterwards.

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We all love Teresa and she has added a lot to our family. And yes, within a short time there was a little boy named Silas…that joined our family.

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What a precious little boy.

Our 30th Wedding anniversary was in 2005 between Kara and Josh’s weddings. So in March of 2006 Kent decided we should go to on a trip. He chose Israel.  So we went on a bus tour of that country. Wow. What a trip! And it was so nice not to have to drive anywhere. Kent enjoyed letting others drive.

 Kara had met Nick and fell in love so before long we had another wedding in September 2006.

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With no kids to need our house and as we traveled most of the time for the mission, we decided to sell our house and all our stuff and move into a RV house. We still are doing the ministry and this makes it so we don’t have to go home…we take the home with us.

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One year we had Christmas in Michigan

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One year we went to visit Kent’s mom and dad in Washington. Kara organized it and we had a lot of fun!

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Our 35th Wedding anniversary was a bit unique, because one of Kent’s niece’s was getting married the day before and we wanted to go and be with the family at the wedding. We were able to see most of Kent’s family as well as our entire family.

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These last 5 years have flown by. We still work as missionaries for WorldVenture, Kent uses our RV as his office. I have been volunteering doing gardening in several places.

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In November of 2014 Kara and Nick gave us another beautiful little grandson. They named him Ivan. So this year we all got together for New Year’s at their place to enjoy Ivan.

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So when we were coming up to the 40th Wedding anniversary, I wanted to do something special. So I started looking. We had a free airline flights to Europe and I wanted to do a River Cruise. So when I found buy one/get one sale…I jumped on it. You will have to come back to see that adventure. But it is just around the corner…so come back soon. More Pictures there.

Happily Celebrating 40 years of marriage.

Jan

For the Roaming Reimers

PS. Kent mentioned how so many of these pictures had the kids in them too. Well, for many years we mostly took family pics so I don’t have too many for some of those years. Now that we have digital pictures you can take as many as you want and not cost you more as in the past.  I wonder if any of the rest of you have had that problem???

Our baby grandson comes for a visit!

March 29, 2015

Oh yes, and he brought along his mom, our daughter Kara. Ivan and Kara came last week for a short but very sweet visit to our house.  Ivan at 4 months old was smiling and laughing and very much responding to anyone who looked his way.

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Someone asked us what we did, we so enjoyed Ivan and Kara.

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We did go to a train park and model train museum. Ivan slept through it but we adults enjoyed it.

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We did get to take Ivan and Kara to our nice pool. I think Ivan liked it as he didn’t cry.

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We are so grateful for this great visit. We got lots of visiting done and lots of holding Ivan.

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Thanks for coming Kara and Ivan…and Nick thanks for letting them come! We love you all.

Love,

Jan for the Roaming Reimers