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It was our earliest start of the tour with departing Cambridge after 7am to head to St. Thomas Salvation Army. The Good Friday meeting included a powerful reflection with the opportunity for the symbolic hammering of nails into a cross. Following the morning meeting we got back on the coach to meet up in the car park of a large church where quite a few hundred people were waiting. Much to our delight a police ...
... the glass doors and taking photos for now.
The mill store was wonderful-full of different types of flour and dried goods such as beans, fruit, baking supplies and pastas. Huge gluten free section too. Amongst other items, we bought a 50 pounds bag of Arva all purpose flour, 10 lbs bag of pastry flour (people are marveling about this stuff) ad 5lbs each of light ...
... while it will likely be for one of the below reasons:
1. we are having too much fun to blog! :)
2. we don't have wi-fi
3. we don't have power...LOL
Each time we post an update you will receive an email like the one you just received advising you about the new blog entry.
1. spelling does not count :)
2. grammar does not count :)
... books, folding chair, snorkle set, tools and truck repair stuff, meditation and yoga items. I have at least a months worth of food as the food bank would not take open stuff - lots of dried goods and a few cans. All from my cupboards at the farm.
I am having a good stay with my family and enjoyed seeing most of them over the holiday. That was a good way to say my goodbyes.
In a few days, either Jan 1 or 2, ...
... br> Happy Holidays to you and your family!!
See you in 15 days and 10 hours...not that I am counting. :)
Other places to stay in Port Stanley
216 Joseph St, Port Stanley | Hotelfrom $129