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Travel Blogs from Langley City
... this when Stewart came up and smacked us both under the ear and said you idiots they are dead trees and they cave them on the ground then erect them to show the other tribes that this is their totem and as a welcome to the village all of theses Totems come from various tribes through out British Columbia.
We finally get to the point where we CAN see the north shore now and see all the high rise buildings the harbour is back in view and the water front is bustling ...
... I'm living with pastors at. The message spoken was about how Jesus came to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Through the personal time we were able to spend with the Lord, he reminded me of what his heart was about. He told me that I have not been put on this earth to do. But simply to be in relation with him. And so God, my great Dad, gave me permission just to be with him, to learn from him, to be who he's created me to be. It took some intentional resting to realize that I ...
... on a bit to begin with you could avoid getting quite so wet but alas a little too late.
Now onto some of the perks of camper van living, some of these I think only apply in Canada. The roads are for the most part very long and straight so if we wanted some crisps or a jumper from the back whoever was in the passenger seat simply stood up to collect them and came back to sit in the front. As you could see for miles this seemed pretty safe and was certainly convenient.
... we met up with the rest of their family and some friends. Unsurprisingly I had prawn linguini, whilst Katie had some West Coast salmon! We are also incredibly excited as we booked some last minute flights to Las Vegas to fly out tomorrow morning! So watch this space! Katie and Hannah ...
... br> Where the view of the mountains was clear and bright yesterday, it was not the case today. The many peaks to the east were mere silhouettes in the early morning haze. Mt. Baker was still visible because of its bright snow cover, but still it was dimmed by the white mask cast on it by hanging moisture in the air. I had expected to get a better view of it as we drove further north, however the corridor of tall pine trees and rolling hills along ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed