pg 34 The rest of the community were to remain at St. Peter's till the following spring, under the direction of Mr. Chartier. But contrary to the expectation of F. Sorin and the Brothers, Mr. Chartier again got into trouble with the Bishop, and the consequence of the misunderstanding was that he refused to remain any longer in the diocese of Vincennes, which he left about the middle of February. Brother Vincent being thus at the head of this part of the community, took his measure and availed himself of the season to remove from St. Peter's to Notre Dame du Lac, whether it would have been much more difficult to come some months later. They therefore set out, and they reached the end of their journey the Monday before Ash Wednesday, much fatigued but overflowing with health and good spirits. They were just a few hours ahead of F. Sorin, who had been absent on a visit to a tribe of savages. This separation had lasted only four months, but it seemed to them like four years.