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... really can be something so intimate as 'Abba Father' - as Jesus called him; our heavenly daddy.
This week I counselled nine 10 and 11 year old girls, so basically felt like a big sister/parent to some of them. It was great because they gave you so much love, and you really do fall in love with them even though they are impatient, selfish, greedy, messy, smelly and little gits sometimes. Maybe I'm not ready to be a parent just yet haha. We had an amazing ...
... a lot about Malta. Brian and I went for a big walk around the resort the following morning, always aware not to venture into the woods as we are not on a bear hunt. Breakfast and in the bus again for a long road trip to the ferry to take us to the capital of Canada, Victoria BC. The ferry trip was very comfortable and the hour and *********** quickly and before we new it we were on the bus again to our digs in city harbour called Inn at laurel ...
... park... oh well, next time! I was pressed for time as I wanted to get to the hostel before dark, so I grabbed a few groceries at the Target and headed out. I settled into my dorm at the hostel with a yummy PB & J sandwich and prepared myself for the long drive to Jasper.
October 17th, 2013
Day 2 started with a bit of a SNAFU with my rental. I won't get into the details as I'll ramble on forever, so lets just leave ...
... walking wise but it was completely and utterly worth it. The Gardens were truly amazing and I could see why they are such a draw card and I will now be saying to people who come to Victoria "You simply MUST go see the Butchart Gardens!"
FYI I took a heap of photos at Butchart Gardens but am only uploading some of them here. If you are friends with me on Facebook, I have a whole album dedicated to the gardens.
... was likely that many of the access roads around it would still be closed due to uncleared snow. We had also been hearing about deep cost cutting due to the recession in the US economy which was affecting services like road maintenance, state and national park infrastructure improvements etc which might slow things down a bit so far as our travels into and around parks and other touristy places.
Not being too put off by all this we headed up the Crater Lake Highway ...