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I wish I'd been able to record more of your stories to my memory that day, but it was quite overwhelming.
For me I miss my Dad, a loving, wise man who helped me feel better about myself every time I talked to him or felt his hugs. He still inspires me when I think back to these stories of things he did to brighten up other people's lives.
The stamp that was missing was on a life ins cheque. After my talk with Cam Cavasso this summer, I can see the wisdom in his council. And I was thinking how little is written to my children.
Sophia loves to dance. Rebekah loves artistry. You spend time colouring in your Bible colour book and readily share space with Aliah and Janice when they come over. I appreciate your tenderness to your family and friends. You are a bomb of happiness when everything is O.
As from September , [on-line] version appears to have an Internal Service Error. You spoke of a Billie and a Robert that nobody seemed to take but I have realised today that my friend Billie Roberts, who was killed with her daughter in a car accident was trying to reach me. I am truly sorry for your loss, Ernie was such a nice guy. Rest in peace my friend and go well with God. Just let me know when you are available.
Jacob started it all. Your creativity is infectious to your siblings and cousins. Just discovered this today in a box of memories dad kept. I am publishing it because it is mostly a letter written very much to us kids. I transcribed this diary entry as exact as possible, I only added paragraph breaks and bolded our names to make it easier to read, otherwise it is exactly as Dad wrote it.
I was making whole wheat pancakes this morning when I was reminded of a story dad told me a couple times.
sunachliterthee.cf When he was little - and still called Ian Beaton - his family had to make it on not much money. One outcome is that they would always cook and bake with whole wheat because it was cheaper than refined white flour. He used to tell me you could make everything out of whole wheat - even pastry. He thought regular people were crazy for thinking you 'had' to use white flour in certain recipes. Dad and his siblings used to go to Bible camp - up in the Cowichan I think - and one summer when he was a teenager there was a major disaster.
As he told me the story, this was a major major problem, because at camp they ate wheat like it was going out of style.
Pancakes for breakfast, bread for sandwiches for lunch, pastries for dinner and dessert. At all. Apparently Dad goes in, and says, you guys are crazy - of course you can cook and bake with whole wheat! And they say, no way, and he says yes way, and they say - prove it. So he cracks open one of the gigantic bags of whole wheat and starts cooking in the kitchen and shows all those adults how it's done.
He amazed everyone, and from then on they'd ask him to work in the camp kitchen and show people how to cook and bake with whole wheat. He said since he grew up only eating and cooking with whole wheat, it was first nature for him. I got the sense he loved working in the kitchen and cooking for so many people at camp. As I recall it also granted him some special privileges and access to the pantry :.
The camp dad you know was really born here, as he'd always rig up some new invention or process to make camping better, more efficient, and a bit more like home but outside.
He taught me to roughly plan meals and properly pack ingredients. He loved to stick to the basics, and always had a white gas coleman stove. He pretty much never threw away a piece of kit - one of the last times we camped with him, we slept in the same tent we had as children. We love watching Peter and Dad jam and figure out how to play this song together. I interviewed Dad in this clip about what he remembered about my birth.
Dad was up visiting and waiting for his first grandchild to be born in July Noah said "Daddeo was a really good cook! Dad's relationships with animals evolved as he grew as a person. I remember hearing stories of "mutt and Jeff," a dog and cat my parents had before I was born. The first pet I remember though was a female dog named Do pronounced the same as doe, as in doe a deer. The story is that I couldn't say "Dog" just "do" so my dad named her Do.
Do was one of my best friends for the time we had her. You can see some of Dad's notes on the photo below.
I remember playing outside and a badly injured dog showed up. I don't know what happened to it, but it had some bad wounds on its shoulder and side. Dad had taken to scaring off dogs from our yard and following up with a shot from his bow, so I was scared to tell him about this injured dog that had shown up. I remember him coming out, and instead of shooing it away, he felt immediately sorry for it.
He went back inside and came back out with a mason jar full of liquid. I watched in amazement as the dog drank every drop and then after resting for a while, moved on. We eventually moved on ourselves.
We moved to Victoria and we weren't allowed to bring pets. Mom and Dad found a home for Do before we moved. I was about four years old. I still vividly remember being in Victoria and getting a phone call saying that Do had to be put down. She'd been caught and beat up by a dog pack. I remember clearly seeing Dad's young body sag, and then him telling me with a lot of sadness that my dog was going to die.
He explained that she'd been "torn up" by other dogs and couldn't be saved. We were both very sad about that. We went a couple of years in Victoria without pets. To me this was eternity, to Dad it was a long time. Dad later told me that he'd heard about a litter of Shepard cross pups in town that needed a home. He went and had a look, and picked out another female dog for us.