Olympic Peninsula Adventure

From La Conner Thousand Trails RV & Camping Resort, we drove to Coupeville Ferry Terminal. We were on the standby lane and didn't get on the first Ferry but we got on the next one. But because of that, we were able to explore Fort Casey State Park. Here's the link to that adventure A Ferry Ride to Port Townsend From Coupeville  When we arrived at Port Townsend it was late in the afternoon so we decided to spend a night in the area. We drove to Port Angeles and checked in at the Riviera Inn. Nothing special with the Inn but it was clean, cheap, and it suffice our need for the night. The next day, we checked out early from the Inn, got our breakfast, then head up Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park. We stopped at the Overlook-Victoria B.C. From there I made a reservation for the Ferry back to Coupeville. The Ferry was full until the 5:15pm sailing time, so I went ahead and made that reservations.  We had a nice drive up to Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center.  Here's the lin

Gone to Heaven

The topic on Our Daily Bread today was about In Transition. It says that when we die we simply changing one situation to another. Our body goes back to dust but our soul will continue to live with the Lord forever in heaven.
When I woke up this morning, I got a message on Facebook that says my second grandma (cousin of my grandma) Lola Martha,  gone to heaven yesterday. I'm sad that I won't see her again here on earth but I know I will see her again up in heaven. But what I'm really sad is, Lola Martha was one of my biggest prayer support. She prays for me and for my family Every Day even though we are far far away from her, she never forget to kept me and my family in her prayers.
I'm glad that I was able to see her one last time on my recent trip to Philippines. She got to met my son even though I know my son is too young to remember her. We had a good talked and she was so happy to see me and my family.
Lola Martha was very faithful to the Lord and very active in church. Her home was a little bit far from the church and the road is rough, up hill, and has no street lights. However, that didn't stop her from going to church, attending prayer meetings, etc.  she walks alone, even at the darkest night. She walks! My whole life that I've known her, she always walked home and was still walking home the last time I saw her and she was on her 80s. She devoted her life serving the Lord here on earth and I'm sure she's happy right living with the Lord up in heaven. I will surely miss her.

Dancing in the Sky
by Dani and Lizzy