We learned on Monday that Hurricane Sandy was headed our way. We kept in tune with the weather to see if we would be able to go to the temple on Tuesday.
|Men checking overflow of the dam|
Halloween is here. We even found some cute ghosts on a balcony of our apartment building.
|Ghosts ready for Halloween|
|Elder Nash (not feeling well) and Elder Lyon|
|Elder Itthipornvanich and Elder Decker|
|Elder Gommow and Elder Platt|
|Sister Sutton and Sister Woo|
Last year in toronto we had no one come to our apartment for trick-or-treating. They do things differently here in Campbellford - they pool their candy and meet the children at the front door of the apartment building. We joined them for awhile.
|Joan and Caroline with Halloween candy|
|Socializing in the hall with Dolly, Joy, and ?|
|One of the Christmas houses|
|Which is the Old-world Santa? (The one in red?)|
|This bear is ready for sledding|
Sorry Ginny, it would look nice in the cabin, but cost too much
|Water buffalo in the field|
|Somebody found a new companion!|
|Sign for Smitty's|
After being in Trent Hills for almost a year we finally found Smitty's - and it wasn't easy, even if you are looking for it. As we were traveling through Foxboro we saw a sign "Smitty's 4 km". We followed the sign and missed it. We almost missed it again on the way back. When we finally found it, it turned out to be a residence with some garages out back. They are right - no showroom.
|Finally - Smitty's|
|Ranney Falls with water|
|A friend of Ferris Park|
|Daniel, the financial wizard|
|Kelly and Maria|
|Portuguese priesthood class|
Juaqim, Paulo Amerigo, Elder Crane, Elder Fagundes, Andre
On our way to Toronto we got a call from Brother Murphy (Executive secretary from our Logan ward) letting us know we will be speaking in sacrament meeting on November 18th (9:00 AM). We plan to arrive in Logan on Friday (Nov 16th), speak on Sunday (Nov 18th), then leave Monday (Nov 19th) for Washington state to have Thanksgiving with Diane's parents. We will be back by the following Saturday. No time for moss to grow under our feet, but it's probably to cold for moss anyway.