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... It is an old school photo of Barry, so I pick up another, it is a photo of Jim at maybe 9 or 10 years old. I prop it up and snap a photo of it.
The guys have come in and the talking and laughing continue. I can’t keep it a secret any longer so I show Jim the photo I took of the photo in the bedroom. “Where did you find that?” he asks me. “In here,” I tell him and start down the hall toward the bedroom and he follows ...
... someone has a table filled with knitted novelty items, while another has garden lamps and stakes. By far the most interesting was the table of writing pens all hand crafted from deer or moose antler, various types of wood and the most unique were made from rifle shells. They were very lovely but very expensive. We did not buy anything but it was nice to look.
Next we head toward the train engine and I hand the camera over to Jim so ...
... another day in paradise. The remainder of the afternoon was spent on the Lanai in the sun. Late in the afternoon we switched over to packing and all of the hassles of travelling that go along with visiting an island stuck in the middle of the Pacific.
The trip home was uneventful and Myra and I are left with great memories of great ...
... hot chocolate and coffee. We drank our warm treats on the peninsula at the end of the bay, under a Canadian flag. It was very relaxing. Sadly, we had to return to the campsite to pack things up we cooked up our last hash browns and hit the road. We took the scenic route in hopes of seeing a bear or moose. Again, we failed. But we got some cool pictures anyways. It was a four hour drive to Winnipeg, but ...
... In all of that time, I should have only held to the secure, precious relationships that are mine, no matter how lonely. For most of my life I have been content with The Lord as my closest friend and I consider it failure and loss to have let go of Him being my all in all. With my heart's homecoming, I am fully relieved and satisfied with his all sufficiency and letting him be the fountain that flows into and FILLS every empty place for me. I grieve loss of people I grew to love and ...