Monday, October 8, 2012

Since it is Columbus Day (Observed), and since the hospital would be closed there was no need for Red Cross volunteers. We took Elder and Sister Berry with us up to North Augusta and visited the Living History Museum. It was a nice quiet, peaceful place with beautiful grounds and a few rebuilt buildings that would have been erected during the colonial period. We had a nice walk and during the walk we came across the Barn. We learned that the barn is booked up for weddings every week through 2014! Is this a place where you would want to be married? The Temple or the Barn?


Here are two restored cabins.

 And other nice photos of the area

 The Berrys
 The Gowans

This afternoon we had copied our flier that will go out to all the military families, ward leaders and so forth, announcing the organization of the LDS FRG (Family Readiness Group). We distributed it to all the  missionaries who came to the transfer dinner this evening. They will take it back to the wards and distribute it to the military families and ward leaders.

We then had FHE; it was a rather quiet evening with only 5 people there tonight.

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