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Nothing A Bus Can’t Overcome

Forty years ago today, a fifteen year old boy stepped out on a stage for the first time as a professional singer.  From that moment forward the course of his life was set.  He couldn’t drive yet, but that didn’t deter him.  He lived in North Little Rock, Arkansas and that job was in Memphis,…

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You Think It’s Over?

Of course not!  Here’s the rest of the story…in photo format! First, we attended the McKamey’s church on Sunday morning… Yep, that’s our group from the bus! On the way home, the bus made a stop in Paducah, Kentucky to visit the National Quilt Museum. Before we left town, Ronnie took us for a ride…

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The Prayer Breakfast and The Last Concert

The bus leaves at 8:15 AM…somehow, no matter how tired you are, when those words are floating around in your head, it’s hard to sleep.  Thankfully, on Saturday morning I didn’t sleep through the alarm and my sis and I were ready to be at the bus at 8:15.  I know you’re wondering, why do…

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Cavallo’s, Cockroaches and Church

“Does everyone see that green bus up ahead on the side of the church?” Duane asked as we pulled into the Second Baptist of Clinton, Tennessee.  “We’ll go out the side door up yonder where that bus is…and make sure you get on the right Cavallo bus!  There are two here this weekend and that…

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Bus Trips and Pork Chops

Grey clouds and drizzling rain joined the morning activities with a gentle patter.  It was a common Thursday afternoon in a little town, the usual travelers coming and going, the townsfolk going about their daily routines…until a green Cavallo tour bus pulled into the Signal station and parked at the curb. A few folks began…