This is an imagined story about a tree and a rock, on Pelee Island, shown in the above picture. The legendary Hulda was undecided about jumping, but yielded finally, to the call of the earth. The rock is seen in the bottom half of the picture, slightly off center. The lake enveloped her and brought […]
The posts below include examples of traditional Mennonite culture as it exists in Essex and Kent counties and how Mennonites have influenced this community.
The fine houses on the shore were made partly out of wood, that came from trees, naturally. The estate belongs to Peter Enns at the far right end of on the boat. He planted an entire orchard that you can see if you look closely. Mennonites were good at planting things, like trees. The man […]
If you had been lying stretched out in the grass growing beside the Leamington church in 1933, the clouds would have looked much the same as they did in Neuenburg, Ukraine, a hundred years earlier, or as they did in 1921, when the church in Mexico was being built. After looking at the clouds, you […]