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Well, it's been a while.
On Day 5 - Aug 27, we stopped in Bemidji on Paul Bunyan Drive -- that is their claim to fame, but we didn't meet him. When we left, we passed through Wolf Point -- OMG you should see (or not) all the tankers and oil wells. It looks like you would expect in the oil sands -- and there is a lot of 'fracking' going on. …
What a lovely afternoon!
Day ay started with me booking a train ticket for the next leg of my trip. Not quite as planned but I can work with that! At least I will start that next leg with clean clothes. Yep, I washed this morning too.
But the afternoon is the highlight of the day. JA and I drove over to meet her friend Karen. Wonderful lady. She is an artist and gardener. What ...
... would show Jerusalem and its surrounds from many and varied angles. There was a large section on the Temple, including what looked like a reconstruction of Herod's temple which U. Leen Ritmeyer had worked on. Sure enough, his name was in the credits which was great to see! Sitting next to Hannah McCorrie who had been to Israel a number of times was great too! She was able to point out the places she'd been, where different Bible characters had stood and what happened where, where ...
After reading my son Corey's blog I thought I'd start one of my own. This Friday Randy and I are headed to one of my favourite places, Napa Valley, Calif. It's been a long time since I've been there, my parents use to live in St. Helena. As far as I can see the weather looks like ...
... one stupid family - doy! My last stop at the Park was to Black Willow Beach where it is safe and I did wade in. It was a beautiful day and the water was warm!
Once I left the park I knew I had to put some driving in to get out to Niagara Falls. Got to Simcoe and found a place for the night. Got to do some laundry which was...needed, haha.