|The Trans Canada Trail is around the block from our apartment|
|Bridge in O'Hara Mill Park|
|O'Hara Sawmill in Madoc|
|Manger scene in front of the church|
None of our dinner appointments fell through this week. We had dinner with President and Debbie Holt on Tuesday. She is also gluten-intolerant so the meal was easy (and delicious).
|President and Sister Holt|
On Wednesday we went to Norwood hunting down members. We found one house and parked just off the road. As Elder Wheeler was getting out of the car, the car started sliding down the driveway into the road. Superstar (Sister) Wheeler was able to get her left leg across the gearshift island (try that in a long skirt) and hold down the break to stop the car. We decided to park along the road where it was flat. As we were going up the driveway Elder Wheeler started to slip. Sister Wheeler tried to catch him and slipped herself. No broken bones :-) No, no one was home.
|The slick driveway with skid marks where the car slid|
|Other side of the driveway where we slid trying to walk up it- our car parked on the road|
We needed to catch up on several things on Thursday. In the evening we had dinner with the Campbellford Holts - Tim, Debbie, Timma, and Debbie's mother Madeleine. They are the musical family in the branch. Debbie plays the piano and organ, Tim teaches art at the high school, and they all sing. Sister Wheeler had the opportunity to play their piano as we waited for dinner.
|The Campbellford Holt family|
|Nicole and Cindy|
It started snowing before we left Kingston, but was clearer as we headed west. We had a dinner appointment with Sister Shearon in Sama Park (located between Havelock and Marmora). It was a nice visit with good food.
|Sister Wheeler with Sister Shearon|
|Polar bears at the Polar Plunge|
|Sister Wheeler at the Polar Plunge - she didn't plunge, however|
|On the way to district priesthood meeting|