Prancing Horse Retreat
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The very marrow of your bones feeling baked, warm by the sun whose arms wrap around you like a mother cradling a child to her chest.
Safe and loved and treasured.
You're an Ocean Girl these observations say.
More to come. Now it is time to head to the Canadian Rockies. I couldn't possibly see anything that beats what I have already seen. Could I?
So once again I travel to Honduras, a country barely on my radar even a few years ago. On my return from my first visit my wife Anne Marie told me that this connection would influence me more than I imagined. I didn't then understand how much Ismael Moreno SJ (Padre Melo) and his associates and friends had become so deeply internalized in my consciousness. Barely a day goes by without me thinking, sometimes worrying, about them. They struggle to lead normal lives in a country that ...
... spiritually is very different from a learning perspective for them. If that makes sense. So basically, most that come aren't Christians, and don't really know what a bible is or who Jesus REALLY is. So for me, the things that we look at are different every week. Last week I had a girl in my cabin who's Father died at a very young age, and she never knew him. She has lots of questions about God. So I did an evening devotional on God as our heavenly Father and ...
... br> Water and water bottles
LA tap water tastes disgusting, water in the parks is expensive, and there aren't many nearby places to get it outside the parks. Do yourself a favour and bring down a few good reusable water bottles, and pick up a big container of water at a supermarket before you leave -- or on the drive down. You can ask for free cups of water in the parks to supplement -- and Disney's recycled water ...
... t be the parliment proper though because the capital is Ottawa on the other side of the country. Some further investigation may be needed. When I left the museum it had started drizzling. Great weather for a trek up to the local park and mile 0 of highway one which crosses the breadth of the nation to end in St Johns, Newfoundland. I didn't manage to see one of the worlds highest totem poles (the first men loved them). The trees are pretty tall too. ...