Without any unscheduled sudden disassembly, either! Our first Road Trip Dividing Line in our new Mobile Command Studio was a success! Sure, we have some tweaking to do (Rich discovered the microphone presets did not save, for example), but we are just ecstatic that sitting here in our 35 foot Jayco Fifth Wheel RV in Kerrville, Texas, we were able to do an over hour long program with two cameras, touch screen (for use with Accordance), etc. and etc.! Sure, there will be more to come (taking calls, having guests), but we are so thankful to have this studio up and operational. I did a walk through the history of A&O as a fitting way to start off in our new mobile studio. I hope it will be encouraging to you. Thanks to all of you who have made this possible!
And We Have Lift Off!
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