and this truck is the first thing I see.
It reminded me of home.
I had to put this picture up because my daughter Molly
told me that the name 'Molly' is the number one
dog name in the nation...
Well, maybe it is in the world!
Molly, this is a beautiful dog though... right?
Speak Molly, Speak!
Huaraz is up in the beautiful mountains
where many of the people still wear tradition
Peruvian mountain clothing.
It is made of bright colors and big hats
and always a bundle of something on your back...
But the best thing about Huaraz are the missionaries.
I love to see them.
We had two interview sessions, one with each District.
We also had a Zone Conference.
There were some fantastic special musical numbers.
Here are a few photos of one of the districts doing some practices
with each other in companionships.
Zone Leaders had them bring their mirrors from their rooms
so that they could practice looking at themselves as they were teaching.
The missionaries said that this was eye opening.
They are going to work on being a little more animated
and happy as they teach.
They are also going to clean their mirrors - I hope.
The trip is always fast and furious.... and a little difficult for me
because right when I finally get acclimated
it's time to go home.
I was dizzy for most the time I was there.
This Zone Includes:
Elders: Fernandez, Shaw, Cruz, Fackrell, Ureta, Cottle, Mendoza,
Ramirez, Beazer and Hoyos Hermanas: Bell and Pillco
Zone Leaders below are
Elder Yat and Elder Hurley
Huaraz Zone is under great leadership.
We are always so happy to be with the Stake President and his wife
President and Hermana Zavaleta.
Thank you for your time and love with our missionaries.
We are out of here... Goodbye Huaraz!