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... mind-numbing tasks (he's waaaay overqualified for the job) so he's not loving the work, but with it being close to transit and their flexibility are the 2 big draw cards. Plus it's better than no money coming in at all... So at the moment he's working on building a new townhouse complex in East Vancouver - 10mins to downtown. He says it hasn't been too bad (except for the day he had to work outside in the rain, which was miserable as you can ...
... around back and there he was waiting for us. He looked to be in pretty good shape too, not very dusty or dirty, which is good. We thought he might be a bit mouldy from the damp, but he's not too bad at all. We opened him up and he was perfect inside - no leaks or smells, nothing! Then it was time for the true test - had the battery gone flat, or would he start after being parked up for 2 months???? Uh yes he will - on the first go too!!!!! What a trooper. Love him! So off we go, ...
This radio message comes out from Vancouver. The post-apocalyptic landscape here is habitable. Food is plentiful. As is the rain.
I feel a little silly giving an update now, as I know a lot of you have been following my frenetic, overly-hashtagged adventures on Facebook (apparently, social media is alive and well post-apocalypse).
We've been here a week now, but it feels much longer. ...
We awoke very excited this morning for a variety of reasons. First of these is we finally leave our 6 person, 3 bunk shoe box and move into a big, modern apartment in Gastown. The last but definitely not least mum and dad were arriving...yay!! They'd been busy for 20 days taking in Vancouver, the Rockies on the Rocky Mountaineer and for the last week venturing up and back to Alaska on a cruise. We packed up our stuff and walked up to Canada Place finding mum and dad already off the boat ...
... life stories fit into God's greater story.
As we're going through the section of "conflicts and overcoming them" I read this passage that just stuck with me:
"John A. Shedd reminds us a ship at harbor is safe, but that's not what ships are built for. Look at yourself in the mirror and tell me you weren't designed for an adventure. I know it's scary, but think about your passions and your desires and your longings. Weren't you made to just go ...
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Other places to stay in Burnaby
Maywood, Burnaby | 4 star hotelfrom $129
- Good for business traveller
- Good location to chill out
- Nice hotel
Cascade-Schou, Burnaby | 4 star hotelfrom $146
Maywood, Burnaby | 2 star hotelfrom $121
West Central Valley, Burnaby | 3 star hotelfrom $123
Parkcrest-Aubrey, Burnaby | 2 star hotelfrom $86
Second Street, Burnaby | 1 star hotelfrom $55
Windsor, Burnaby | Hotelfrom $56