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Well this it. We're finally at the end of our little adventure. We've been enjoying Wolfville Nova Scotia and the surrounding area for the last few days. Tomorrow we head into Halifax for our final day of our trip before catching a very early flight back to Calgary Saturday morning. We'll be weighed down by souvenirs and memories of our trip to last us for quite some time. There is plenty to see and taste here in Nova Scotia. Lobster rolls were first on the ...
... with the
owners we left to pack up and make a quick visit to the beach that Anne had
just recommended. The sun came out briefly for us and we all spent a pleasant
hour playing in the water which is much warmer than at home. Tom then tried to
coach Molly on her stone skimming techniques and we had a competition of who
had found the prettiest stone ...
... have to do with wealth. She had made a note pondering, "How do we define wealth?" In my youth, I thought wealth was a tangible or measurable thing. There is physical wealth, but if you don't have mental and emotional wellness (wealth), you can never experience wealth fully.
I recall asking my mother when I was a young girl if we were poor. She promptly replied, "NO." Then she explained her philosophy that if I keep myself and what I own clean, ...
When I awoke on Wednesday morning, I took a tour of the yard and was disillusioned at how neglected it looked. The lack of rain and the absence of a doting owner definitely showed.
But, my first priority was to get my motorcycle safety inspected. I have a new horn and it is louder than the old one for increased safety. I also had my headlight adjusted. I went to an al-Anon meeting in the evening and was grateful for some human contact ...
My final day of the trip was 14 hours long. I considered getting up at 6 am and heading out by 7 am, but was up late so I slept in until 7 and after fueling the bike, I hit the road at 8:45 am. It was 18 C and very foggy as I pulled out of Montmagny, Quebec. After 10 km the fog lifted, the sun was shining, I shook off the morning chill from the dew and was singing and admiring the beauty of the countryside. I also noticed that all ...