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History beneath my feet

When in England I always feel like I’m walking through the pages of history. Paul and I walked parts of London – inner city – and visited the British Museum. What amazing things we did see and do. Of course, a visit to a typical English Pub for lunch was in order too! And I was thankful to God for wonderful weather. Here are just a few photos to sum up the day.

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Kentville NS

The weekend in Kentville went by incredibly fast, but then we were really busy! Josh and Joyce had a great plan in place and their people engaged and busy.  This area is not well known to me, so a quick trip through Wolfville and area left us with the impression that this is likely an area of the country under appreciated. Lots of services, retail and agricultural plus a wonderful sense of a rural area but small enjoyable towns.  We even wondered if this is a good area to consider for retirement.

We had a terrific time with the people there and enjoyed seeing some good work in the community by The Army.

Then time to come home – back to our responsibilities.

It’s always good to come home.

Overlooking the valley on a beautiful warm Saturday
Lots of kids involved

Lots of groups

Music in various forms

a visit to Halls Harbour

Camp Mountainview

We journey over to Camp Mountainview following a visit to Smithers. This was a wonderful day of interaction, prayer and travel. I’m always grateful to meet the many great workers that we have.

The road to Mountainview

An elk had walked down the camp road

The canoes awaiting the campers

The Lake

The game is on between Craig and Alex

Dave, Craig and I walking the grounds

Craing checks out the dock


Smithers coffee shiop

Craig is buying

We are all smiles this trip

I am here – cool sign