|Our simple thanksgiving dinner|
|The lock connecting the Trent Canal and the Trent River|
|Autumn is here for these people|
|The snow path is now a leaf path|
|Sister Wheeler with the other "hookers"|
We take different paths for our morning walks. When we walk past the hospital we come to a street crossing near a school. Safety guards help stop traffic for the children to cross. In most cases adults are ignored - except for John. He always helps us across the street (going the extra mile - no the crossings are not that long). One day he commented about us always being happy so early in the morning. We replied that was because we didn't drink coffee to wake us up.
|John - the extra miler|
|The birch-bark Teepee - no dogs allowed|
|Quality beaver pelts for sale|
|Peterborough lift lock|
Friday we hit a milestone - we completed reading the book of Mormon in Portuguese. It has taken almost two years to complete. On Saturday we started reading the Golden Pamphlets (handouts for missionary lessons) in Portuguese.
|The first pamphlet|
After cleaning our apartment in the morning we went on a walk in the Seymour Conservation area.
|Didn't he play for USU?|
|The Elder's Quorum presidency: Craig, Ed, Me, Russ|