Thursday I fixed lunch and Elder T. and I headed to Rachelle Durtschi to share lunch with her. We get together every Thursday. We were joined by Elders Harrison and Aubrey. After soup and salad, we headed outside to get some yard work done.
The Elders were in charge of clearing out the garden.
Thursday evening we went to help Sister Young pack up her house. She has lived in this house for 10 years and had accumulated lots of stuff. Her house was not like those homes on TV where you can't make a path through the room, but from the attic to the basement it was packed. (Today, Saturday we were there again with a good group from the ward. I believe it is about 90% done now. The Elders were helping again today and we were charge of clearing out the attic. They spent 3 hours just hauling stuff out of the attic. Her new house is smaller, and I just wonder where she is going to put everything. She didn't get rid of anything. We packed up every pencil and paper clip.
I had to post this picture to show you how narrow some of the country roads are. It is more like a bicycle path. It is a bit scary going around a corner. You never know if you will meet a farmer on a big tractor or a Mercedes going way too fast. It makes for interesting driving. That is our little car that we drive around.