Holiday Inn Lethbridge
Travel Blogs from Lethbridge
... ends of life....birth and dying. Joy and sorrow.
This is what we experienced in a twenty-four hour period in Kenya. Just a few kilometers apart. We arrived at the clinic in Boro to have a tour. The head nurse tells us that the maternity ward has a mom delivering her baby so he hurries us through this section. I am jumping in my socks (well, sandals) wishing to ask if I may come in to assist or at ...
... on the beach, as we are so excited about the orphanage part! Praying for God's guidance and protection as well as opportunity to fellowship and glorify our great and wonderful God!
And let us not be weary in well-doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith. Galatians 6:9-10
... br> September 29th, 2013
Day 5 we left early to head straight to Lethbridge to spend as much of the afternoon as we could with Martin's brother. The rest of the day was pretty low key, we all just hung around the house enjoying the prospect of sleeping in the same bed, under the same roof for more than one night and having a nice home-cooked meal.
... Lethbridge and Jim and Linda were waiting for us in the driveway. So good to finally meet them and for Graeme to see them after 30 + years.
We were treated like kings. Jim had been out to buy many varieties of local beers for us and he and Linda cooked a magnificent meal of Alberta beef-the thickest and most tender steak I've had in a long while.
Tonight we are sleeping in a lovely queen sized bed-beats sleeping ...
This posting is a stew of tidbits! We were no sooner settled in than the wild life appeared - deer with this year's fawns, prairie dogs, pheasants and a wild turkey! During the day there is little activity around the RV and they seem to accept it as part of the landscape. It's hard to get good pictures though. They seem to ...