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... 8217;s Training- Of course I plan to apply what I have learned through my coaching and road trip conversations to future programming at Zion.
I feel very blessed have the opportunity to take a sabbatical, and the funding from the folks at Lily is just a huge bonus. I invite you to follow our adventure by following this travel blog as we seek to celebrate the idea that "Life and faith are better spent with family and friends."
... literally searches for immigrants with various skills....and makes it financially rewarding for them to move to Sask. oil production keeps the province in $$$$, so no real budget issues. The huge farm lands produce a variety of wheat, canola, corn and sunflowers. Heavy rain made many hay fields look like a lake. Anxious to find AT&T store across the ...
... but that is good - ha ha:) But we are having a great chance to visit AND help her to complete the settling in. Many trips to Wal-Mart, Target, and the nearby mall have been on the journey. Getting familiar with the campus has been great - we have been able to finalize details that we needed to. We have tried some great restaurants, some local ones - good surprises.
As Rachel is at workouts or volleyball open gym, Kevin and I peruse the campus ...
... station and came on board...but found zilch. We almost always switch before crossing the border as we have come to believe (from past crossings)that if a woman is driving, they don't bother with the secondary inspection. But they do when a man is driving. Ron was at the wheel...so on the way home, we will try that with me at the wheel and see what happens. Last night's stay at Walmart taught us a few things about dry camping in Walmart lots...one is that no matter how level the ...
... from "A Night at the Museum" Ben Stiller trying to say the name of the Indian woman that came to life: Sakakawea. She was the interpreter and guide for Lewis and Clarke back in the early 1800s. Wow. Now I wish I had taken a picture of the lake.
The lady that registered us at the campground told me that in the spring of 2011 the campground was evacuated because of severe flooding of the nearby ...