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... I found the bus ride to have gone pretty fast between the chatting and the sleeping. The entire ride I felt as if we were in Canada, there was so much greenery and it looked like my usual trip from Toronto to Kingston, Ontario. When we arrived there we were all shocked to find out we were actually sleeping in tents. Base camp meant CAMPING. A lot of us wish we had known so we could have been a bit more prepared by bringing warmer clothes. The site itself was very ...
... were fine, a bit shook up though. Hopefully the kids learned that you can't fight against the ocean. If you get caught you can only swim cross current. It's too big, powerful. I think that is part of why I like the beach so much. It is a landscape of seemly infinite vastness and power. Enough to make me feel quite small. Thousands of miles of beaches. Millions of crashing waves. A billion pieces of sand underfoot with incomprehensible quantities of sea lapping at the ...
... Sydney on a Sunday, making the drive much less stressful (hopefully). Everyone we are about to visit has asked for us to come a bit later to suit their schedules better too, so it makes sense to stay here longer in many ways. While here we explored the Gosford and Southern Coastal region. Some very nice little towns thrown amongst the cities edge. All little riverfront settlements on the hawksbury and other rivers with nothing there but ...
... as being quite horrific, and the photos Ken took certainly displayed this, but with the beautiful background music playing, he interspersed those old photos with modern day pictures, and it was certainly breathtaking to watch. After lunch we went for another drive to Terrigal to sit in the sun before heading back home. I must make mention here that there have been some pretty hairy situations when we have been driving around towns. On ...
Left this morning to head north to join up once again (as volunteers) with Mobile Mission Maintenance (MMM). We left somewhat earlier than planned as the Queensland Directors of MMM asked if we could lead a couple of teams prior to starting the Safari in the end of April.
So after two hectic weeks of appointments and catching up with as ...