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May 31, 1998

ONLY ONE DOLLAR

I had a pretty good day even though I rode only twenty-nine miles. Church days are also low mileage days. Today was one of the lowest because of the light rain I rode through. A couple of miles out of Belfast, Maine I came across three cyclists who were within a couple days of finishing a ride from Miami to Bar Harbor.

Right after we parted company, the light drizzle turned into rain. Halfway between Lincolnville and Camden in the Camden Hills State Park area, I came across the Lighthouse Cottages and Motel. The cottages were advertised for twenty-five dollars so I decided to stop and get one. I was surprised that they only accepted one dollar when they found out that I was a missionary. Instead of a regular cabin, they gave me an efficiency with a small kitchen.

Mrs. Shattuck who was the operator called up the local Baptist minister. Pastor Bill came by to take me to the evening service at his church. The congregation was small with about a dozen people present. I was given time to share what I'm doing. Even though the congregation was small, I was surprised at getting thirty-six dollars in "green handshakes".




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