Clarion Hotel Winnipeg
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Great start to our trip! We are staying at a hotel in Wpg, turns out the pool it great! Kids are having a blast. There's a big fast slide, kiddie pool area for Hailey and an awesome hot tub. Too perfect! We are going to bed around 8pm, and getting up at 2:30am & head to the airport. Definatly getting excited ...
... everyone entering was listed as a hotel guest.
Maybe it was because it was a Friday night, and people were cutting loose. Maybe the guests at a wedding at the hotels were exuberantly celebrating. Maybe it was because the Winnipeg Jets lost 2-4 to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
It wasn't an especially nice evening. Winnipeg is rough.
Hockey team ...
... Winnipeg winter.
We stopped by burnt out catholic cathedral which must have been very imposing in its day, the parishioners have built a modern replacement within the stone walls of the old.
Next stop was the Legislative Assembly building for Manitoba, a large imposing building with gardens going down the river. Winnipeg is built on the confluence of two rivers (Red and Assiniboine) which have flooded from time to time the last one in the 90's.
We were going ...
We woke up early this morning to watch the sun rise over Clear Lake. Sara, Julia, and I weren't quite as fast as the others, and we tried to get some hot chocolate but the store was closed, so we went to the hiking trail and sat down and ate some trail mix. It was so cold!! The wind and the raging waves didn't help either. When we couldn't take it anymore, we went back to the store (which opened finally) and ...
... mercy. This is not a passive sorrow. It is powerful! To end part one I quote from Vessels Of Grace (my own journal) "FREELY YOU HAVE RECEIVED", Jesus reminds his disciples. They had been given forgiveness, a grace we often take for granted, forgetting not so much the magnitude of our sins, but the magnitude of the ONE against whom we have sinned. **************************** PART TWO - Identify the key that opened the door to your actions. As I look back on the processes in part one, I ...