Days Inn - Medicine Hat
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Road fatigue setting in but the goal is in sight. Time for sleep and then a full day tomorrow in Drumheller (thanks MIL for the suggestion!) and then Edmonton for a few days. Some shots from the road today below.
... br> There is no way I am moving again, especially with the painting nowhere near finished. So I sit there, swatting ants and working as fast as I can.
It occurred to me that for years I have wanted to paint more spontaneously. My character and my vision of my work demands a meticulous approach with careful application of paint. But in this moment however, I am slapping on paint with abandon. Is this what it takes to change my ...
... Memorial, WW2 Memorial, Washington Monument; Souvenir shopping at the Elipse, the White House Visitor Center and a walk-by of the White House; National Archive (to see the American Constitution and the Declaration of Independence); International Spy Museum: Watch video
Day 6: Spending the day in ...
Last night, the 4th, I spent it in Cypress Hill's Inter-provincial Park in SK, CA. On the way i stopped in Maple Creek to buy gas. I had to go clear to the other side of town to find better than 87 octane. But since it was only about 300 yards I did not mind. While inside the office to find out the details about pumping (the pump was off by itself along a fence) I mentioned it looked like rain, ...
Well my friends, we are almost halfway through the school portion of our internship. It is amazing how fast time can go by. What a beautiful thing it is, I must declare, to be in a place full of people hungry for more of God and in reckless abandon to setting their lives in line with the will of our all knowing Father God. We have been challenged and seen incredible freedom in people and are forced to look inward at what our motivations are, ...