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I finally made it back on the road for my last leg into Vancouver and an incredibly beautiful day it was. Once I made it through Banff, the sun came out and the scenery lit up. I have never seen such beauty for miles and miles and miles. The mountains erupted from the clouds and the sky changed minute by minute. It was difficult to drive at times as I was mesmerized by the mountains.
Driving through national parks ...
... well, I guess this whole adventure is a new happening!), but even more little ones along the way that are forcing me to talk with God and take a re-look at my life and what I want it to look like. Past issues have been springing up, and it's almost like God is saying to me, "I want these out of your once and for all, and I want you to be free. I want this move to be an opportunity to face these fears, insecurities and to trust me that I have got ...
... me a look that says “I want this woman to be my friend for the next few hours, and you’re not helping Dad.” Nanette directs me to the kitchen to boil some water. I’ve watched a few movies and know that boiling water is a really important job that must be done whenever a baby is on the way, though I’m not quite sure how boiling water here at home will assist at the hospital later. I start ...
... way more of the good doors and way less of the scary ones. We finally decide to call a retreat when the big kids start appearing on the streets. This is partly because they have much scarier costumes, partly because there are quite a few illicit fireworks being discharged at random intervals, but mainly because it’s late (7:30PM) wet and cold and the little ones are getting tired.
The alpha squad reassembles back at David and ...
... set up with a Canada line stop for those working downtown. A Carona bottle is worth $1 recycled as it is usable by home brewers, and corked wine bottles are also valuable.
Then past the railway museum and 2 major stadiums – which meant more to John than me. One for the CFL and soccer team, and one for the ice hockey . The same Lord Stanley that Stanley Park is named after donated the ice hockey cup – that the local team has not won since 1915. Terry Fox ...
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