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... all just be a dream that wasn’t actually true, that this has actually just been a mistake and soon I’ll have to go back to some other place. But it isn’t. All I can say is God is a good Dad. He knows my heart, and desires to draw something out of me that he has planted. The soil here is good. It’s nurturing, gracious, inviting. There is room for grace and conversation, laughter and celebration. Space is provided for growing, for asking questions, ...
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At 7pm was the “Welcome Aboard Show” which features the dancers, each one
introduces themselves and talked about their Cruise Staff activities, there was
a music comedian, a couple talking about Hawaii and upcoming activities to come
to, etc. It is basically a show to welcome the passengers, introduce who we are
and important directors, and to promote different activities on the ship that
... 8217;t had a haircut since. He regaled us with a remarkably diverse collection of seemingly endless bad puns about bald eagles specifically and Alaska in general. We also saw some beautiful and very tall (!) totem poles along the shore, and Captain Rob educated us about the symbolic meaning of the various faces and animals carved and painted on the poles.
Sunday August 31st was spent at sea, traveling from Ketchikan to Vancouver, British Columbia ...
... in the coastal route and sea breeze. We also stopped off at the Aquarium - our favourites were the jellyfish and Baluga. Back on the bikes leaving the Aquarium there was a huge traffic queue for the car park - we were thankful we were on our bikes which is the best way to get around especially with the good network of cycle routes. Taking in the coastal sights including the Lions Gate Bridge linking Downtown to North Vancouver, we stopped at Siwash Rock where the cycle ...
After over a week on the road we have already seen lots of great stuff. We are also learning that pushing a 5 and 7 year old too hard is perhaps not wise!
With so much going on, lots to see and long drives the girls have done OK but are now pretty tired and with that a little cranky. Time to slow things down! The aim of the game today was to do much less and take it easy.
The day started with a bus ride to Capilano which is the ...