Sunday, February 23, 2014

Week Seventy

Elders we enjoyed dinner with Monday night.

                                        Our home teaching gal with her mother, baby, and nieces.
Elder and Sister Brown letting me check out my new camera on them.  My old one died, so. . .
                                         Brad wasn't so cooperative in having his picture taken.
                                                                Dinner that night.
The following are pictures taken from the Flower Festival Parade in Baguio.  They have several parades, but this one was marchers and drums and bands--mostly xylophones!  Anyway, it was interesting.
Some of the native costumes left the boys freezing!  The girls were pretty well covered, but. . .

Beautifully decorated xylophones.

This is just to give you an idea of the crowd--for a couple of miles, probably.

Sister Brown and me at Mine's View.

These are some of the flowers for sale at Mine's View.

                                        A family wanted their picture taken with us missionaries.
                                          The Dango boys with some of their dad's woodcarvings.
This is a huge cement eagle near Agoo.  We had to stop and take a picture because Sister Brown collects eagles.  We don't think she'll be able to take this one in her suitcase, though.
We think this is one of the houses that our branch members live in, but it might just be their wash house.  We aren't sure.
Anyway, that does it for this week.  We hope you are happy and have a great week.  We are praying for you and hope things go well.  We love you.  The gospel is true.  Take care and God bless.

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