Monday, October 19, 2015

The Pumpkin People

See the Pumpkin People in Kentville!

President and Sister Bush invited the 6 temple missionaries
to a day in Kentville. 
Pictured are:
Sister Pitt, Sister & Elder Lamoreaux, Elder & Sister Linford, Elder Pitt
Kentville is known for their pumpkin people!
They put in a lot of work to make it fun!
Not quite the type of horse he rode as a kid in Wyoming.
The men of the group
Elders Pitt, Lamoreaux, Linford & President Bush
Pumpkins can be scary.... gotta love 'em
Getting ready for the Blue Jays baseball game
Our very own pumpkin people!!

After President Bush took us around to see the Pumpkin People, he took us to their home for lunch. 
Sister Bush is a wonderful cook!
Seafood chowder, tuna melt open-faced sandwiches, green salad 
along with blueberry cake and ice cream. 
YUMMY!! We all ate too much, but it was wonderful!!

Hall's Harbour

Cape Split

 The river at Hall's Harbour
Beautiful view of the valley

The Annapolis Valley is known as the "Breadbasket of Nova Scotia".
 With good reason....
They have beautiful produce here. 
While here, we purchased apples, peaches, squash, potatoes and there was much more we didn't buy. 
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; 
and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all they ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths.
Proverbs 3:5-6

1 comment:

  1. The Pumpkin People are a steadfast "must see" of fall in Nova Scotia! It appears you crammed a lot of beautiful sights into your day and were able to make some wonderful memories to share with others!


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