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We have now been stationary for the longest stretch on this trip, 9 days we have enjoyed the house and downtime of Naramata. Now it's time to move on! The morning was spent with a contingency cleaning the house and another taking the sheets into Penticton to a laundromat so we could be away before lunch. I took Ashton and Georgia in with me where we found a delightful landromat where I did about three loads of washing washed and dried in just under an hour! It was a ...
This morning started with a great church service at Joy and Jason's church. The preacher, John Isaacs, had some really neat things to say about the Kingdom of God and radical Christianity. This faith was meant to turn the world upside down with the love of God, but instead it has dwindled in many places into mere religion, which "can turn happy people into sad people, and kind people into mean people." This was not the life-changing ...
... to go into them and with a guide as my friend had been there on several occasions.
I knew these Rocky Mountains are world renown and I was in for a treat – but I had no real clue. This was not entirely true about all mountains, as I have been all over the Italian Alps as a child and I had been skiing in the Swiss Alps with my friends a year earlier…and of course I had been hiking in the Appalachians (the mountain range ...
... In the 1880s the Canadian Pacific Railway was built through Hell's Gate and along the edge of the river. We saw a sign today that 4 men died for every mile of track laid. In 1914 a huge rockslide blocked the river and for 30 years no salmon could get up the river to spawn. This had a major effect on the resident Indian population and their ability to eat, not to mention the bears and eagles upstream. Upstream a little they have built some ...
... meters elevation in Hope BC,
somehow Dale had made it through the Rockies.
Not too many things have gone wrong yet. For one, the welded up front
knuckle hasn't let go, thanks Ben. Windshield still holding strong after the
nice double whammy chip received from a slow moving truck that Riley just had
to pass, and transmission is still working if you can ignore the fact that it
pops out of 4th and ...