|Here is Elder Wheeler with his birthday tie from his daughter Andrea|
|Zone leaders: Elder Goodman and Elder Phillips|
|Elder Gwilliam (C) joined Elder Pineira (L) and Elder Leasuasu (R) in Trenton|
We were able to take a break on Wednesday to walk around the Trent Canal in Campbellford. It was a long walk, but needed for sanity.
|Sister Wheeler touching the top of the giant toonie|
|Is this a sign of spring or will it snow tomorrow?|
|The fire hydrants are ready for spring|
|Award for service to the community|
Elder Wheeler was asked to teach the gospel doctrine class Sunday for Bro. Rowan who had a triple bypass on Thursday, so he worked on the lesson Thursday morning. We then went to Cordova Mines to visit Leila, our Finnish friend. She likes to show us the flowers in her yard. The Trilliums (Ontario provincial flower) are starting to come out. She doesn't let us in her house (too crowded), but gave us some apple juice to drink and gave Sister Wheeler some daffodils from her garden. We then had dinner with Doris and Linda in Marmora.
|First trillium of the spring|
|Daffodils in the apple juice container|
Friday morning we got a call from Elder and Sister Bevins who are serving in Bancroft. They needed to get away and asked if we would mind a visit. They had a slow week because of the weather. We always like visits and understand the need to get away. We had a nice visit with them then showed them around Campbellford. After dinner we showed them through our chapel and they headed back to Bancroft.
|Visiting the chocolate outlet store|
|Visiting the giant toonie|
Following a rest we decided to take an extended (6 Km) daily walk. This time it was in the Goodrich Loomis Conservation area. There are trails that go through grassy meadows, along a creek (the size of Utah rivers), through mud, and across oak moraines (hills caused by glaciers, like hill Cumorah). It was a cool, but clear day, just right for a walk.
|We love the conservation areas|
|Fisherman on Cold Creek|
|Through the woods|
|A "less maintained" trail|
|One of several mud holes|
|A colored trillium|