Out in the country, October of 1893, Peter and Mary were walking through the memories past. They had been college students, but now they were grown up and married with a family. They were going to visit their mothers and fathers. They needed them to babysit the children. But the parents weren't home and now they had to keep the children along with them. The birds were chirping and Peter and Mary's footsteps were crunching along the path. They could smell the weather changing. Fishermen were pulling in their lines and throwing them out again. Peter and Mary's children were picking up frogs and getting lost in the woods. Remembering their past together, they felt joy, but also a little sad. The clouds moved in, the sun went away and it was time to move on. Looking up at the trees they said, "They're still there, and so are we."