|Flag in front of our apartment building|
|What should I do with all these pictures?|
|At least we can buy gluten-free food|
|Elders Ashton, Goodman, Radar, Leasuasu, Pineira, and Koceja|
|Lunch at Wendy's|
|Even bigger lunch at Wendy's|
We had branch Council on Wednesday evening. It was decided that we will be teaching a class on Thursday evenings on the Pearl of Great Price using the institute manual. It should be a lot of fun. It will last 15 weeks.
We helped Mary again at the Family History Center on Thursday. Sister Wheeler is trying to learn about her four ancestral lines who lived in Canada. As we took our walk along the TCT (transCanada trail) we noticed that the landscape has many shades of green.
|Shades of green in the countryside|
|Presqu'ile Park in Brighton|
|Beach along Lake Ontario|
|Feeding time for the gulls|
|High flying on kite boards|
|The marsh boardwalk trail|
|Two parts (male and female) of the narrow-leaf cattail|
|A leopard frog in the marsh|
|Riding horse trees (bent by nature)|
|Owen Point trail|
|Owen Point and the islands in the background|
|Lunch time=cheese and crackers andwater|
|Lake by the lighthouse|
We then went on a walk through Jobes' Woods. There were two more trails (3.8 km and 3.0 km) we could have taken,but decided to leave something for our next visit. We really enjoyed the variety of habitat in the park. We ended up tired and ready for a rest.
|Along Jobes' Woods Trail|
The Trenton chapel had their septic system back up today so most of the branch went to Belleville for church. We had two families visit Trent Hills. They commented on the beauty between Trenton and Trent Hills. We tend to agree. For example, there are day lilies alongside the road. In Logan one only sees them in gardens.
|Day lilies alongside the road|