The start of the volunteer work to clear old fence lines, remove post, barbed wire, top wire, and cyclone fencine. (I never knew any names for any of this!) Then cut away trees that have fallen, over grown or just in need of maintenance. Then install new. I think I was was of the youngest people at the camp. Which made for such a cool experience as everyone was super laid back and enjoy the purpose of the camp. Then meeting the land owners who needed the help with their lands as they've watched all the work they've put into their lands for over 60 years go up in smoke. Then the have survived and have so much compared to others in the area. Very humbling for everyone! If you ever question humanity, volunteer at one of the balzeaid camps and all will be restored and overflowing! I am very thankful for the opportunity to come learn so much. To help in such a simple, yet impactful way can really change a person's outlook and restore hope again. Stay tined for more images and stories from camp Lobethal floatevolutionwhywefloatredlandsriversideranchocucamongainlandempirehighlandcacoronaontariosanbernardinocoltonlomalindafontanamorenovalleyzerogravityhealingthearapymeditationrelaxationbraintrainingsilenceisgoldenblazeaidvolunteering
A couple of boys brought me a Coke because I was driving them from Tustin to Los Angeles. So, thoughtful!
Before that, I was driving the @thenammshow in Anaheim. I got to hear Earth, Wind and Fire perform. I would have, much rather, been at the show but that was a nice treat.
“Entonces Elías le dijo: No temas; ve, haz como has dicho, pero primero hazme una pequeña torta de eso y tráeme la; después harás para ti y para tu hijo. Porque así dice el S EÑOR, Dios de Israel: «No se acabará la harina en la tinaja ni se agotará el aceite en la vasija, hasta el día en que el S EÑOR mande lluvia sobre la faz de la tierra».”
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