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... fallen in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and I experience my first Canada Day celebration while traveling north of the border.
A heads up - we're having some technical issues with getting pictures from the camera to the laptop, so until further notice, we can't post pictures. Hopefully we'll be able to upload some photos to all these posts soon, but worst case is that we'll have to wait until we get home in a couple of weeks. Sorry :(
... In all of that time, I should have only held to the secure, precious relationships that are mine, no matter how lonely. For most of my life I have been content with The Lord as my closest friend and I consider it failure and loss to have let go of Him being my all in all. With my heart's homecoming, I am fully relieved and satisfied with his all sufficiency and letting him be the fountain that flows into and FILLS every empty place for me. I grieve loss of people I grew to love and ...
... a roast beef sandwich to assuage my hunger. The earlier boarding pass confusion weighed heavily on me in Toronto, and I couldn't help wondering whether or not it had been solved. As previously mentioned, most of our group received three boarding passes when checking in at the Winnipeg airport (Toronto, London, and Edinburgh), yet for some reason, Crystal Lange and I only received boarding passes as far as London when our initial documentation ...
... to experience it first hand a number of times here every year!
All too soon it was time to say our goodbyes, for one last time. We had a great group photo together, which you can see in the blog. It was really cool to end our time together with something non school related, and outside of school, it'll be a great memory for us all, hopefully. After this I went and consoled myself with some retail therapy in The Bay and bought a beautiful deep blue jumper with ...
... guess that's where it no longer truly is a sport, but instead becomes a process. Talking of feeding and the hunter gatherer instinct, I thought I was prepared by bringing apples, bananas and chocolate onto the train. Sure, there's a good restaurant car and a snack bar but over the 4 days that could get pretty pricey. My preparations were paled into insignificance by Philippe, who is not only prepared for a 4 day train journey, he's prepared for the train to break down ...
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