Bye cute kiddos, have fun with Daddy!
Driving on the Autobahn in the dark is scary. As soon as we got off the Autobahn the roads were filled with pot holes and overgrown forests and for some reason people were walking their dogs at 9:30pm with no flashlight and let's just say I'm glad I didn't hit anyone and we arrived safely in one piece! It was pitch black when we arrived at the Elim Mission Home in Lwowek Slaski, Poland, but here's a picture of it in the daylight so you can see how awesome it is.
Then we went up to our rooms and Judy told us stories and we laughed and giggled as girls do when they get together and stay up way past their bedtime. We had to wake up early though so we did finally go to sleep before midnight. Party animals, I know :)
Walking down the hall to the other girls' room so I could use their wireless and let Chris know our plans for the day.
Loving all the details.
Next door to the mission is an abandoned insane asylum... yikes! I'd like to renovate it and live there :)
Bolesławiec - that link has a ton of fascinating information about the city and its pottery history.
We purchased our things and then it was on to the next!
But boy was it tempting!
At yet another store (that the other gals had been to the day before but wanted to come back for something), we parked and I snapped a picture of our surroundings. Kind of reminds me of back-woods Idaho. Yes? No? Maybe?
We were all famished at this point so we went to The Blue Beetroot for lunch.
The first group of gals headed back to Germany while our car wanted to go to one last store.
Just call me Ansel Adams. J/K
The mugs with spoons! Aren't they darling?!
And my Polish Pottery obsession: Halloween-themed dishes! I got four small plates.
A big candy bowl.
And four large plates. The top right is my favorite.
So, next time I go back, I'll keep my eye open for more unique Halloweeny stuff. How fun!