Thursday, 26 June 2008
Today our morning lectures dealt with the Biblical responsibility that Christians have of being stewards of God's creation. Mr. and Mrs. Hodson took us to Port Meadows where we saw a vast landscape of wildlife right outside the city of Oxford. There were wild horses, cows, geese, and ducks all living just a few blocks away from Oxford. We walked along the Thames and had a picnic lunch together of sandwiches, fruit, ginger snaps, and juice. We all commented that we felt like little children opening our lunches to see what our mothers had packed for us. We also saw river boats docked on the Thames which reminded me of the movie, "Chocolat." We all walked back for our evening seminars, aware of the weight lifted from our papers being turned in this morning.