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didn't have too much planned for this morning. We simply had to drive
to Lethbridge for an overnight before heading into Glacier National
Park. First up we drove back around to Lake Louise to see it in a
different light. The Fairmont hotel group have two massive buildings
on the edge of the lake and I guess for some the …
MaryAnne & DIck Westeringh went to Kenya and Uganda, Africa in Oct 2013, and while there, in her heart, MaryAnne thought of James 1:27 Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction ..." And a burden was put in her heart to help the widows and orphans in the Kakemega area, Kenya!
This was a post from MaryAnne while there:
... too! It's call Tranquility Lodge and is only 1 mile from the orphanage. They give a discount to people helping at the orphanage which is how we got in touch with them. Beautiful looking place right in the jungle.
I'm really praying that this trip will be eye-opening and very positive for the kids as well as ourselves. I'm almost forgetting about the latter part of our trip where we hope to have a bit of ...
... not open yet, but the architecture was awesome), The Forks Market (similar to Ottawa's Byward Market), St. Boniface (the French Quarter), the grave of Louis Riel and finished off our Winnipeg visit with lunch at Mondragon Bookstore & Vegan Coffeehouse (we all give it five stars, the food was amazing!!). From Winnipeg, we headed for Moose Jaw to spend the night, making a quick detour to see downtown Regina on our way through. ...
... It was 425 metres wide and 150 m deep.
The scenery changed quickly after this down to the prairies-canola and wheat farms and very windy. Lots of wind turbines try to take advantage of this but there are many people who don't want them in their back yards.
Rang Jim and Linda from Fort McLeod - the site of the first Mounted Police. Sent to deter the French who were selling whisky to the Indians.
Arrived at ...