Crone's Cobblestone Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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... darkness wherein there can be no labor performed.
34 Ye cannot say, when ye are brought to that awfulcrisis, that I will repent, that I will return to my God. Nay, ye cannot say this; for that same spirit which doth possess your bodies at the time that ye go out of this life, that same spirit will have power to possess your body in that eternal world.
I pray for this today in the name of Jesus Christ, the only Lord and Savior, Amen. ...
... our first RV campground, the Chula Vista RV Resort, around 5pm.
After a quick registration we drove along to our 'Ocean View' site (#40). To our horror, the site was already occupied! Bloody good start! So we immediately circled back to reception, noting, with a growing sense of foreboding, that the park was completely full. Thankfully, the receptionist managed to find us another site (#53) which was vacant ...
... control the length of the bus travel, but we could control the way we traveled, make the right choices with the food we ate, keep hydrated and get the rest when we could.
It proved to be a good call as the boys fronted running in 15 tries.
Before the game started we observed a moment's silence to remember a member of their club who had passed away.
Game 6 - Back Bay rugby club - 98-3
... coast to San Ysidro to explore what is down there. What we found wasn’t really inspiring. It is right at the border crossing to Tijuana. There was a huge pedestrian overpass that led to the Mexican border. We hadn’t brought our passports so we didn’t go. On the US side there is little to recommend. It was money exchanges, fast food restaurants, cell phone stores, and shoe stores. We tried to find a restaurant for lunch but there were only the fast food chains. ...
... way people live, money seems to be dripping from the palm trees here. We had lunch at a mall in the downtown and the stores reflected the affluence in the area. There was every type of high end store you can think of, even high end cars for sale.
After lunch we went to a tall mountain overlooking the whole area. From here we could see the Pacific Ocean, Old and New Panama, the airport and yes the Panama Canal coming from the ocean. Ships were passing through both lock systems: ...
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