We have intersected with Rte. 95 in northern Idaho. Our next tour route will be down 95 almost all the way to the southern U.S. border. Border to border, this trip has been referred to as: “The hard ride of 95.” …We attended a Baptist service in Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho where the pastor said each profession, if done with God’s will in mind, can be considered a: vocation. The pastor said when a member of his congregation was recently asked what he did for a living, he replied: “I’m an ordained plumber.” …Later in the day, I smiled and told Janet Hanson, a reporter for an online newspaper in northern Idaho, that I was an “ordained presidential candidate (in so many words).” That is, I was trying to keep the gospel message in mind when establishing our platform. I told Ms. Hansen we were strong on social justice, for intance, but I was concerned many spiritual leaders in this country aren’t. She asked how so? I said many pastors, priests, and so on… sleep in $300 beds; while a majority of those in the Third World sleep on straw matts and don’t have medicine for their children.