Bayview Pines Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Woke up to rain this morning and they are predicting rain all day. So we decided to go to a different campground about 12 miles away that has cable TV and WIFI so that we could at least entertain ourselves until the rain passes.
We have found that most of the campgrounds in Nova Scotia are not that great. We are lucky if we get electric and water. ...
... end. I am full of Bill's stories, Buddhist teachings, homemade Swedish food, great restorative running along the river, sailing & walking time with Kerstin and my own reflections grounded in mindfulness. Mindful listening, mindful walking and mindful stacking of wood. PLUS My little writer's retreat cottage required mindful climbing up and down the narrow stairway. I had to ...
... anybody before. My fellow students, Sanga, read the book and know what I’m talking about. If you don’t know what I’m talking about. Then it’s a secret. Hence they are sometimes called the secret teachings. When you get to the Vajrayāna particularly. The Hinayana. The narrow path. In it you examine yourself. Bring yourself under control. You learn who you are. You learn to ...
... br> A number of little things. He made some remarks that caught me. Which was …
A good lesson was his devotion to honesty. Honesty. Truth.
He had that. He demanded that of anybody that he was going having anything to do with. Yeah he was a very entertaining afternoon.
I’ve had a number of good teachers.
Ten miles east of Havana ...
... like an opened fire hydrant. At this point, this was no longer a motorcycle adventure, it was motorcycle survival. I changed gloves again. (My third pair) Then I pressed on. I took the Glenholm Toll Avoidance Loop, and stopped again at the Glenholm Petro Canada for lunch. I took my wet 25 pound ********** and changed some layers. I changed my socks again. (Last Pair) and changed into a fleece jacket and dry sneakers and enjoyed their "All Day Breakfast". ...