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... few hours also meant it was a wildlife day. The signs became more urgent the deeper I got in...from elk to deer to bears, the signs went from regular warnings to full on overhead lit up signs...which I quickly understood why as I drove by a huge bear foraging beside the road...it actually made me catch my breath! The next bear was not as much of a surprise...then there were elk, and some strange looking big horn sheep. I ...
... So, that's where I'm at. Yesterday in church the pastor gave the verse in Philippians 1:3, saying "He who begun a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus". That encouraged me, helping me to realize that I'm a work in progress still. I'm never supposed to be perfect until Heaven comes! That's a relief, and it's a relief knowing God's grace is big. It's like the song How He Loves Us: If his grace is an ocean, ...
... for the kettle but get further instructions from the other room – “don’t use the kettle. Use a big pot on the stovetop. And – make sure you keep watching it so it doesn’t burn!”
It’s now early evening and time to make the trek to Surrey Memorial. Everyone has their tasks. Kirsty’s job is pretty obvious. David and Nanette will provide moral support. ...
... house. Time to check the haul. Each bag contains at least twenty pieces of candy, some gum, a small packet of Doritos, and a stick of asparagus from Julie C’s Canadian cousin. The parents are about halfway through their spiels about why certain candies are poisonous if eaten by people under twenty-five years of age when the doorbell rings. Everyone freezes, then a little voice echoes from the darkness outside – “trick or treat ...
... in the area as he tried to run Coast to Coast in the 1980s after losing a leg to cancer- there is a memorial to him and each year there is a run that raises multi millions for cancer.
I was more interested in the library – the architecture of which was inspired by the Colosseum. Anna would have loved it.
Our Canadian driver spoke Mandarin so he was very informative about the next area, Chinatown, the 4th largest in the world with a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center