So this week we didn’t have that many lessons from Maxine busy with work and Annette not feeling well.
Still haven't met Collin but we did get to see Keith this week.
He’s doing well and might be coming out to church this Sunday, hopefully!
Other than that just been chapping and finding.
In Scotland you can get mistaken for 1 of 2 people. JW's or the Police.
I got mistaken for an officer one night, the guy came out and was all scared and like "You got the wrong guy! What do you want?" Then I said what we do and he was like "Oh go away."
It was pretty funny though.
Also chapped an RV like place and 1 house had Snow White and all the 7 dwarfs (kinda creepy actually).
Our Pastor friend dropped our appointment on account of being "under pressure".
This morning we went out to the Rosslyn Chapel where the Da Vinci Code was filmed. Sorry wasn't allowed to take pics but saw lots of Masonic things in there (secret combinations are real....)
So other than that just going to keep on finding.
Take care and God Bless!
Elder Tarbet (Wolverine)
Elder Tarbet and Elder Kinville having lunch with Anne Harrison
Saturday October 24, 2015
Time to enjoy a treat!
NOTES on Rosslyn Chapel taken from the Internet:
Rosslyn Chapel, formally known as the Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, is a 15th-century chapel located at the village of Roslin, Midlothian, Scotland.
Rosslyn Chapel was founded on a small hill above Roslin Glen as a Catholic collegiate church (with between four and six ordained canons and two boy choristers) in the mid-15th century. The chapel was founded by William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness of the Scoto-Norman Sinclair family. Rosslyn Chapel is the third Sinclair place of worship at Roslin, the first being in Roslin Castle and the second (whose crumbling buttresses can still be seen today) in what is now Roslin Cemetery.
Since the late 1980s, the chapel has also featured in speculative theories concerning a connection of Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, and the Holy Grail. It was prominently featured in the 2003 bestseller The Da Vinci Code and its 2006 film adaptation.
Rosslyn Chapel remains privately owned. The current owner is Peter St Clair-Erskine, 7th Earl of Rosslyn.
Photos of Rosslyn Chappel
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