Next, morning we were on our way to Harker's Island where we took El's Local Yokel Ferry over the Sound to the Outer Banks. We passed Shackleford Banks with it's wild horses, and enjoyed some time at Cape Lookout Lighthouse. The day markings on this lighthouse are a diamond pattern - they create a compass. Black diamonds for North and South and White for East and West.We caught a wave from the Atlantic Ocean - or rather it caught us by surprise, gathered some sea shells and returned back to Harkers Island. The Relief Society fixed us a very nice luncheon after which Elder Best told us the history of the Island. When the missionaries first came, another religion burned down our Church house, the school house was burned next, and the missionaries were driven off the island. But the members living on the island remained strong and faithful and now today they are very numerous, and a great strength to our stake.