|Holt's pool with just enough deck|
|Gail with her son, Sam|
|Tim and Russ|
|Relaxing in the yard|
|The ladder-golf champion|
|Sister Klein and Sister Braithwaite going home|
|Senior couples dinner after the temple session|
|Seiks at the temple|
Wednesday brought a long drive (1.5 hr) to Kingston for district meeting. Each of the areas in the zone were affected by the transfer. We were able to get back to meet with President Holt at the church to clean out some more files in the clerk's office.
|Elder Olsen and Elder Decker replaced the Belleville sisters|
|Elder Ashton was joined by Elder Nash as our zone leaders|
|Sister Jungert and Sister Sutton went to Brockville|
|Elder Svienson (DL) joined Elder Koceja in Trenton|
Thursday we took a long walk along the canal and through Ferris Park. We have only had short walks this week because of the traveling. We had our Pearl of Great Price class in the evening. The lesson was on the use of agency as exemplified by Adam and Eve (good examples) and Cain (bad example).
|Crossing the suspension bridge in Ferris Park|
|A great blue heron in the Trent River|
Friday was a different preparation day. As we were driving this week the maintenance light came on in the car so we took it to the Honda dealership in Peterborough. Since we had a 8:00 AM appointment and it is a 45 minute drive we had to leave before our walk. It was to take about 3 hours so we went across the street to Burnham Provincial Park for a walk. It had been raining, but it wasn't too muddy for the walk. Last time we were here it was too icy to walk.
|Trail in Burnham Provincial Park|
|Fountain in the zoo|
Saturday was the Campbellford Fair. We decided it would be good for us to go and be among the people. It gave us the opportunity to talk to several people we would have not been able to meet otherwise. Trent Hills is closed to proselytizing, but we try to make a good impression for the church as often as circumstances will permit.
|Vegetables at the fair|
Their first place ribbons are red and second place are blue
|New friends at the fair|
|And you thought your bugs were big!|
|Not enough mud for the pit|
|The rock climb|
|Up and over|
The 4-H also had calfs for judging.
|Young girl with her calf|
|A "real" red tractor|
|Gospel singer in the park|
|At the linger-longer|