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Once again We stopped at Countryside campground and golf course next to Picture Butte to take advantage of the facilities offered at the campground and to visit family in Lethbridge which is a 25 minute drive. We will use Countryside as our jump off point to cross the border which is about a hour south of ...
Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015
We left Triple G Campground in Fort Nelson BC around 9:30. We need to stop for gas so I pulled into the first available station and it was a tight fit. I managed to capture some of the red paint that was freshly painted on the guards protecting the pumps. Oh well! SH! No harm done other than my driving record.
Not far down the road what strikes me most is we are out of the mountains, not the ...
... find one of my parents " gone to the dump". Well I got to experience this first hand and met Bob- the dump guy in person. He explain where he lived and I realized we had past it on the way to the dump. He collects antlers and puts them on the fence posts around his house....you can't NOT notice them. The dump is just a large building that has a basement sort of area. You deposit your recycling and trash in the upper level and later a big truck backs into the basement ...
... dining establishments to eat and drink. I promise to share with you, the best of it all. I also promise to keep all the boring and mushy bits far away from this blog: I swear!
While allowing Mariah to have firm control of the agenda for our short 9 day visit, here are my goals:
First and foremost: have a great reunion with the kids
Lots of hiking in the parks and trails, both in and out ...
... Mercy Ships in Congo; go to Iris ministries in Mozambique; join OM International in Sudan. Travel Europe. Join with mission base in Philippines, Teach English as a Foreign Language in Korea, Explore Southeast Asia, and come home. That is overwhelming in more ways than one, but I figure I have to simply face it one step at a time. This is one of the steps, and there are millions more. I am excited for the journey to ...