Linda Vista Motel
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... them where they were headed. These boys, 18 and 19, were headed to Whistler from Montreal--the West Island in fact--and I couldn't help but see the faces of Mike, Kev, Rob, etc from way back when. I paid it forward...literally paid their tank of gas...and send them on their way for the adventure of their lives. I told them to keep an eye out for me next weekend as I will surely need a beer in return by then!
... He's working things out and making things new! I'm thankful that God has walked with me through all these new adventures! He's already answered some prayers and shown his faithfulness to me, and revealed his true heart. That it's not a heart of religiosity and religious piety, but it's a heart for the brokenhearted, for the sick, for the sinners. And for that I'm gracious and thankful. I want to continue to seek out that Jesus, that God of love.
I like golf. I Love assembling flat pack wardrobes. One of those statements is true. One is not. More about that later.
Fall is a season of giving in Canada. The trees are giving their last leaves to protect lawns and streets from the coming snow. People are giving treats and gifts, for Thanksgiving, for Halloween, or for Diwali, and are already turning their minds towards Christmas. And, the clouds are constantly giving ...
... no demountable work shed and it finally dawns that, if these guys didn’t work in the rain, progress would grind to a halt from September through to about April each year. I also realise that I still haven’t quite made the transition from down under to Eh? It will take time, but it will happen. Ah well, time to go gas up the car and head back home to charge my cell phone before the hockey starts ...
... General who the park is named after. We went past a bald eagle nest – but they are north at present chasing salmon. We then went around the sea wall, admiring the views of Downtown Vancouver, while cyclists rode past in their own lane. We saw more statues, squirrels, blue herons, a cricket oval and rugby park, a mounted policeman, Deadman’s island (closed to the public as it is a naval base) and then the totems. 3m visitors a year come to see them and we ...
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