|Final tagging of baggage before check-in at the departure gate|
"Couldn't sleep on flight...took a train to Innsbruck and am here now."Although the first 5 nights of his European stay are unstructured and mostly unplanned, we trust in his survival skills and good intuition, and eagerly await his occasional email updates and hope for photos, too. As his first update arrived ~at the very moment Tim read it at work~ a customer who lives in Garmisch-Partkirchen, Germany, happened to be in our shop. The customer overheard Tim sharing Zac's whereabouts and offered him lodging in a six bedroom apartment with a view of the highest peak in the Bavarian Alps, where her husband is currently stationed. Whether or not Zachary takes the free lodging offer shall remain a mystery for the time being, but talk about Divine Providence at work!
|Zac fires away during a pre-departure target practice session for fun on our private property.|
Quote of the day:
I announced, "Zachary is in one of the most beautiful places in the world today!"
Peter replied, "So are we."
|On top of the world|
|Like father, like son; at the target range with Mt. Baker looming in the distance|
|Family supper with our very special guest from Mission, BC|
|Zachary, Peter, Father Peter and Joseph|
|Dr. Dude gives Zac the business over his beard|
|Zachary and Dominic chill in the company of Dominic's wiggly sisters: Miriam, Hope and Hannah|
|Three brothers; apart for the time being, but very close at heart|