"I love this town so much I could cry" - K.Chesney

Trip Start Aug 20, 2007
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Trip End Aug 31, 2007


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Thursday, August 23, 2007

We're in Sun Peaks for the day.  Kevan's been biking with a bunch of guys from Banff - I encouraged him to ride the "Gummy Bear" run all day - I don't quite think that happened.  We came up from Kamloops yesterday where we checked out the town a little too much!  We had a little more to carry with the new real estate books we found.  The list is looking nice:  parks, beach, pools , bike shops +++ ( I was impressed with the pink armour) and a two hour drive to Wells Grey Park.
Speaking of which, plans have changed.  After our return to Kamloops, we're headed back up north for some biking and canoeing.

Skills gained to date:
- we are now pro Jenga players
- riding in style in the Nasty ( and overcoming fear when it rocks for a good 30 metres after hitting a bump in the road)
- finding awesome places to live

Julie's here with us now and tomorrow we head to Trohpy Mountain for a hike and then back to Kamloops!

... from humid-free BC  (and some biking Kevan can't compare to Blue Mountain)
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-rich-
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International Tiki-Tuck
Sorry it took so long for the comment, I was at Youth Camp all week and I'm sure some of your African huts had better internet sevice than Bethel.

Don't get me wrong, I love Bethel Park. It remains my favourite place on the earth. What, with all of its plush accomodations and exciting attractions and with lake erie's best kept secret, glasgow beach; what could be better?
We could, however, consider, possibly, temporarily moving youth camp to Sun Peaks for a year. I mean, we could have our services outside, heck, we could sleep outside and stay drier than the row cabins. And that little home on the cover of the real estate book would make a great cabin at camp. I'm sure we could play our volleyball at the yacht club and as for sneaking out, we just trade our Bethel skunks and raccoons for a couple of friendly B.C. bears to deter the would-be nightwatch escapees.

Our biggest concern is that God lives at Bethel park but the beauty of it is that with the full three hour time zone difference, God could commute back and forth between services. Everything works out perfectly :)

I suppose it may be difficult to get 106 campers into the nasty so we'll have to work on retro-fitting a bus with smoking red hot velour. I don't see why you couldn't convert the Hostel into the Sun Peaks International Tiki-Tuck either. I'll bring the grass skirts.

From someone on this side of the country experiencing post youth camp blues to you there, experiencing mid vacation bliss, enjoy every moment, count each star, (which is done on one hand here in Toronto) and thank God continually that you don't have to work tomorrow.

rich

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