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... had been prepared, and a light social program.
A video of the recent work at Warwick.
An interview with Sister Sydney Barber on convention attendance over the years (widow of Brother Carey Barber of GB)
Some musical items - family group singing, other vocal and instrumental.
Plenty of talk and taking of photos.
There were ...
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... Richard Engel, to be truly great in life, we must chose to define ourselves in one of the four groups and then pursue/commit ourselves wholeheartedly to that particular group. I understand Richard's point. However, I feel that I can identify myself as an explorer or a nurturer, but
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... to them, so I resisted the urge.
After the first 30 or so horse and traps that I had to pass really slowly, so as not to frighten the horse, I was sooo over the Amish. lol.
Rest of the drive was really relaxing. Arrived at a very old hotel called Lambertville House. The room had a four poster bed and a balcony over looking the main street (which you were not allowed to bloody smoke on!!!) The room was called The ...