Compass Point Inn
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We start with organizing our plans in these categories (underlined means I have yet to decide or needs work)
A Packing the car
B Planning the route
C Our bucket list
E Tasks before we leave
A 1. Picnic baskets:
I bought a set of picnic baskets on ebay. One has a insulated liner. I think I will use this to carry food to a picnic ...
... come up in me, old struggles that I thought were just that- old, overcome, side aside. But no, they have a way of following you wherever you go. But amidst all that, grace is called out again. It reminds me that I'm not so well off I can do it on my own, but I'm not so terrible that I am cut off from God. I used to think more in the former, but the latter has come up more these days. Either way, it's based around pride, an either above or ...
... it was so foggy. The chair lift was moving with nobody on, a bit like something out of a movie. First we headed to see the bears, but the enclosure was quiet and we couldn't see any sign of them. The birds in motion was about to start, so we headed over there and got a seat. It was chilly though, I put my buff on and my hood up. It was too foggy for them to fly the birds, but they walked them to us so we could take photos. There was a bald eagle, baby barn owl, turkey vulture and ...
For a long while, I found myself following a car with a Quebec plate. As I passed them, I could see that it was two young guys with the car packed to the top heading west for an adventure. They stuck close behind me for almost 2 hours. As I was moving at quite a click, I figure they were trying to avid a ticket by 'going with the traffic'. Once we hit Kamloops they pulled in to the gas station with me and ...
... front of a large screen, and further to the south there is an elaborate stage set up with musicians and dignitaries. The crowd around the stage is far too difficult to penetrate, so we tack onto a line of people moving toward the shoreline, and manage to get a position a few metres back from the water, but a fair way back from the edge of the crowd, which extends well into the water. There are people wading well out, and a few swimming, a photographer out on a float like ...