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Transforming the lives of orphaned children and building hope for the future of Swaziland is the focus of Bulembu Ministries. My son, Nathan and I traveled to Bulembu last year as part of our African missions trip and were honoured to get a guided tour.

Here is a short video with the highlights of our visit to Bulembu.

Located in northwestern Swaziland, the town of Bulembu is home to hundreds … Continue Reading

How well do you navigate travel delays?  If you travel, you will experience delays.

2013 05 28 7 Best Tips for Navigating Travel Delays Image

Here are the seven best tips I have discovered for navigating those pesky delays when they occur:

1. Be prepared – Preparedness is a Core Value at Creation Technologies and it certainly pertains well to travel.  I always carry a good book in my briefcase plus more on my Kindle, charge my device batteries the night Continue Reading

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

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In 2012, I was blessed to travel to five countries, one Canadian province and six US States that I had not been to previously:

  • South Africa
  • Zimbabwe
  • Zambia
  • Botswana
  • Swaziland
  • Newfoundland, Canada
  • Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming, USA

As I have shared in past posts, I enjoy travelling on business, for mission trips and … Continue Reading

My wife Judy and I enjoyed a trip to Arizona in October and experienced some amazing adventures in and around Sedona, the Grand Canyon and Glen Canyon.

Panorama of the Grand Canyon taken with my iPhone from the South Rim

We stayed in Sedona and enjoyed exploring the area in and around town. Sedona is a retirement and tourism community known for the stunning red buttes and monoliths in the … Continue Reading

Are you having a good year?

That question was on my mind as I set out snowshoeing.

Fresh Snow on Home Run Trail at Blackcomb Mountain

It started snowing, adding to the fresh blanket received overnight. Somewhat addicted to challenge, rather than an easy valley trail, I headed up Blackcomb Mountain.

Portions of the trail were moderate with others steep enough, and the snow deep enough, that I was thankful … Continue Reading

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