Greetings from Canada! We just finished doing a presentation at a retirement center—songs, puppets and dramas. The seniors thoroughly enjoyed the kid’s presentation, as well as the visit time afterwards. This last Sunday we did the entire service at the church we attended. The team did songs, puppets and dramas. Leader Paula Yost shared some highlights about the Old Testament Tabernacle. Afterwards, the church had a potluck dinner—yum! (and we lady leaders did not have to cook!!)
Projects have been coming along. The Slough is about two-feet deep and half done. We have continued to paint. The inside of cabin #3, where the Missionaries To Canada are going to stay, is nearly done with just half of the ceiling left to paint. We have two more cabins left to paint before we leave. We were slowed down a bit by rain and still have three more porch floors to paint. All eleven porch floors will need a second coat of paint. We continue to cut brush and pull it to another location to be burned at a later date. We have been leveling the area behind the tool shed for part of the Obstacle Course—the ten plagues. In the week we have left, we plan to get the concrete tile patio in front of the dining room started. The tiles are quite heavy—four kids needed to carry one tile!
We had a picnic dinner Sunday night and then walked across the “Walking Bridge”, an old railroad trestle over the Saskatchewan River. The view was beautiful and we could see the camp where we’ve been working.
God has been good to us. We praise God for His goodness to us.