Sadly, these are probably true stories. Every winter there are people who go out hiking, unprepared for our local Vancouver conditions. Among the dozens who are rescued each year, there are usually one or two that are not found until the snow melts in spring (if then!).
We already know Bucky’s candidate lost and Satchel’s candidate lost, so perhaps Rob’s candidate won.
But they love hearing about it… it’s a whale of a story!!
I am still trying to work out how he plans to clear the driveway so he can take the car to pick up a flamethrower or snowblower.
Happy year of the Earth Pig!
Actually, they are always in the last spot you look… because when you find them, you stop looking.
I’m not aware of any large percentage of Canadians who want to block Americans from entering Canada. Then again, Vancouver (where I am from) is considered to be the “most American city outside the U.S.”, with over 185,000 U.S. citizens living here permanently. While we have our own opinions about the U.S. president, we get along just fine with U.S. citizens generally.
Actually, on the west coast of Canada, trees are budding and the first flowers have started popping up.
Actually, the first person given a mission to fulfill was the Gerasenes madman in Luke 8. He did so well at his mission that when Christ returned to the area a year or two later, thousands showed up to hear him speak.