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... achaar, a chilled potato salad flavored with timmur (Himalayan pepprcorns).
My train leaves early tomorrow, so I spent the evening packing my stuff and getting organized. I will write some final thoughts on Vancouver tomorrow.
Thanks, as always, for reading!
... come up in me, old struggles that I thought were just that- old, overcome, side aside. But no, they have a way of following you wherever you go. But amidst all that, grace is called out again. It reminds me that I'm not so well off I can do it on my own, but I'm not so terrible that I am cut off from God. I used to think more in the former, but the latter has come up more these days. Either way, it's based around pride, an either above or ...
... our photo on it, but still had to be inspected by an officer. He asked how long, why sort of questions, but the address in Hawaii which we had to drag out of our information stash was completely missed out.
We had more drama at security, with needing so many trays for shoes, belt, money belt, computer, top coat that when Murray got through he picked up everything he could see and proceeded to where he could get dressed. While sitting to put on the shoes, he ...
... to have a stir fry for tea and a picnic tomorrow for our trip to Grouse Mountain. So we took a list and managed to get everything easily, plus a few extra bits (Oh Henry! bars and Doritos). Once we arrived back we decided to have lunch and then head out to see Gastown, which is about 10-15min walking and is where the city of Vancouver originally began.
On our walk to Gastown, we crossed over East Hastings street, which I had been warned about by Peter at work. It seems ...
... the 1st Battalion, DeLancey's did garrison duty in and around Charleston. Both battalions of DeLancey's in the South were but a shell of what they had embarked with at New York four years earlier. To return the unit to its establishment (i.e., the number of officers and men the regiment is authorized to have), the 1st and 2nd Battalions were combined together to form a "new" 1st Battalion, still under the command of Lt. Colonel CRUGER. The 3rd Battalion, DeLancey's, ...