Ponderosa Nature Resort
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... we had a spontaneous first-principles session where random brothers were selected out of the group and asked to speak on a certain topic. Great practise for preaching, but we were glad we weren't guys so we wouldn't be put on the spot like that!
We headed home to Brantford briefly to change before going out again to the Snowbelen's who were holding a barbeque at their house. There was a huge crowd of conference-goers there and it felt like a ...
... the Rainbow Bridge. We were pretty stoked to see it wasn't that busy because we had been told it was going to take 2 hours to cross but in fact it was only 20 minutes!! The guy was nice and it didn't take long before we were on our way. We found a $5 carpark and made our way down to the waterfront on River Road to look at Falls from the Canadian side. The Horseshoe Falls are the Canadian ones and from this side the falls are much more impressive than the american ...
... in July! Lovely to see them. A bit silly of me not to take a photo of them :-( The evening was spent with our hosts. We had a delicious dinner of BBQ ribs etc. It was a special evening of chatting, laughing, teasing and then prayer together. It was Fred's birthday the next day when we would be leaving so we remembered him that evening. So back towards Chicago on Wednesday. About an 8 hour drive so planning to do it in a day. Cheerio! ...
... people nevertheless had to talk to customs' staff. Baggage took a long time. A Park 'n Fly bus was waiting. I raced outside with no jacket. He left promptly. We discussed a documentary he had seen on the monarch butterflies; how topical!
Shoveled out the area at the back of the car. I was on the road around midnight. The conditions were not too bad, actually reaching my parents' place shortly after 0100. There are few things in life better than being home.
... to Machu Picchu) we are taking the train from Titicaca through the Andes - I am SO excited about that!
From Peru, we head to Paraguay. We'll be heading south initially, to see the ruins of the Jesuit Missions for a couple of days. From there we'll be heading back to the capital (Asuncion) and then taking a bus 8-10 hrs north to the Chaco, specifically Loma Plata. That's where my grandma and grandpa grew up and where my mom was born. I am really excited to ...