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... the beautiful WestEnd of Downtown Vancouver, and headed out. With the help of friends and family, I've been able to surf the last few months paying a very small amount of rent, allowing the majority of my funds to go towards my trip. I'm extremely thankful, to say the least! This journey officially kicks off on Thursday August 14th, when I'll board my flight, on route to Shanghai for ...
... to Anna). Whatever it was, it got Anna excited anyway.
We finally reached the bridge, and where we crossed underneath it was the furthest point out of Stanley Park: about 5km around our walk, so we'd passed the halfway mark! On we went, keeping an eye on the Disney cruise as it headed out into the open sea. As it was following the coast to our right, we decided it must have been turning right at the end and heading North to Alaska (which made me very jealous).
This morning started out with an awesome All You Can Eat breakfast in the pub downstairs! That set us up for the day, just perfect. We then hired a car - arghhhh! Yes the steering wheel was on the wrong side, the cars drive on the wrong side and you don't always have to stop at a red light! So freaky, just had to keep saying "keep right, keep right"! So we drove on the Sea to Sky Highway (which is exactly what it was) up ...
... into the city. We chugged all the way up to Yaletown landing, where there's a big marina, and I walked right up Davie street, then across to the Art Gallery. The skating rink was open, set below street level, so I watched the large number of people crammed onto that, and was happy not to be the one avoiding collisions! It seemed funny that everywhere else I'd been in Canada, snow was either slowing or sometimes even completely shutting things down, and yet here in Vancouver, ...
... disciple’s feet). So when I read this and have that context in mind of what we are supposed to do and how we are supposed to live, I believe it is in constant reliance and obedience on the Father. Doing exactly and only what he tells us to do. I was reading in the book My Utmost for His Highest on October 17th, and it was talking about “The Greater Work”, that being prayer. He says: “Prayer does not equip us for greater works— prayer is the greater ...
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