I haven’t seen these since I was a kid traipsing to the candy store with my friends on lunch break…
I found it in Banff of all places, along with Necco’s to share with the grandkids…
Does anyone remember them?
These great American classics are hard to find in the cold white north!
(But enough of trivia.)
Then it was time to go, and oh the early morning tears… (Even five-year-olds are touched with the grief of good-byes…won’t heaven be something!)
We made a day of the drive ‘home’ and stopped to ski and then to soak in hot springs…. now that’s the way to do a trip! When we were young, and when our own kids were young (sorry kids), a trip was a thing to get over with as fast as possible. Only quick pit stops were allowed.
Now that we are getting old, we pause more often to take in our surroundings. What a treasure God has given in the beauty of Creation! Have you ever stopped to wonder what it would be like if all the world were flat?
Though snow is sparse this year, we found trails with man-made snow and had a go of it. We are absolute newbies at Cross-country but eager to learn ( :
(Now, to keep up with Jim!)
And what an incredible backdrop we had!
This is my Father’s world and to my listening ears all nature sings and round me rings the music of the spheres!