Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
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... which was non-existant. I miss Beckie's music talent deeply. Of course, I miss Beckie for other reasons too. Tim and Beckie, if you are reading this, I love you and can't wait to get back and see you. I miss all my friends at the synagogue, Rick and Elizabeth, Bennett and Jeaniene, Paul and Sue, Michael and BonHee and others I forgot to name. Of course, my dear Leonard, I miss you so very much. I am counting on days before I'll see you again (it will be ...
... the other side of the ditch. That was not the worst. I saw two buses, one after another, driving backwards in the bumper to bumper traffic, at the same speed that everyone else is moving forward. At one time, I had to jump up and down to catch the attention of a cement truck driver's attention so that he does not run me down the hill while trying to back up the narrow road. Sorry I've been writing about nonsense, many interesting things happened today but mostly later in ...
... it appears to rain most of the days next week as well. I am not sure why this is for this is suppose to be Summer, not Monsoon season. It is damp and cold when it rains and that just makes matter a lot worse. This is a six working day week, unfortunatley, which means I have a full day's work tomorrow. I am not sure how I feel about it because truth be told, the work here is not that bad and there is A LOT of down time to read, write and reflect so overall I shouldn't ...
... very late and the group started to fall asleep where they sat. Not so unusual in the Old Delhi train station, where many a tired traveler was calling a little rectangle of the platform home.
Chilly, grateful, and half asleep, we crawled off the train in Amritsar, the seat of the Sikh faith and home to the Golden Temple. We shuffled shoulder to shoulder in a river of thousands of pilgrims to the tourist pilgrim hostel and threw down our bags. Nap time!
... noisy in there with everyone chatting away. There were many monks too and we both really enjoyed our 1 1/2 there. It also gave us the opportunity to ask questions an learn about what they had been through. Bryan had a Thai Lady Monk in his group who was here for just 3 months. Jody had a lady who had made the crossing over the Himalayas in 2010, leaving her family behind. She can never go back. She had only been taking classes for 3 months so was still very unsure about her ...