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... town about 10 miles away. It was held at the McGrath Stake campground where there are nice bathrooms and warm showers, a big meeting hall and a "red neck water slide." The water slide was the most popular place by far. It was built into a hill with farm and earth moving equipment by folks from Welling. A plastic chute is laid into the hill and water is piped from an irrigation canal and when turned on, lubricates the slide. It works really well and you can get going ...
... her yes, but immediately wonder how in the world that will work. I hold baby Mary Anne in my arms and feel absolutely thrilled and honored to be in this humble little clinic in rural Kenya experiencing this precious gift of life from God. We gathered a small gift package for Vivian and baby Mary Anne. Vivian beams and shyly thanks us.
About 24 hours later we walk down a narrow red dirt path to visit ...
... point in which I have to learn to walk by faith. Not necessarily faith that I will feel great the whole trip, but faith that even if I do not, God will still work it together for good; that He will get me through. Romans 8:28 "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose".
In my last post I stated that I wanted to keep my trip open ended to be available to be led by God. I now have a lot ...
Woke up from sleeping at Canyon campground in Yellowstone, and grabbed breakfast at the general store. Packed our stuff away and headed towards the town of West Yellowstone through the west gate. The temperature had dropped quite steadily during the night and it was sweater weather. We drove through a city named Butte, not joking, and continued on towards Missoula. We passed several ranches and cow fields as we climbed through the mountains and used up so ...
... how they do things here, cos Rocky Trail is actually Highway 1, and Deerfoot Trail Highway 2. There aren't that many roads, but they just give them names like this.
To cut a long story short. We made it. In only two hours. We managed to find some stuff there and went on our way to Lethbridge. We traveled through field in bright green and yellow colors, with a blue sky. It's like staring at Windows XP for a few ...