|Tuesday, February 4, 2014|
|Remember the African Ice-cream bike, well this is the Express Pizza Delivery moto!|
It has been raining so hard that our Guardian, Patrice, could not make it in from the village until around noon. So our night Guardian Annicet, stayed so we would be "protected".
We had to renew Visa's for three missionaries today. We had their Passports, yellow fever cards, a copy of their passports, a letter from the police chief that said they had not committed any crimes (?), a letter from President Cook saying Elder Bailey could represent him, 2 photographs that had to be two inch square, and $240.00 dollars a piece. We arrived at Immigration and Missingue looked everything over and said we had to have 3 Authorization Letters, one for each of the three Missionaries !?! (We brought two just in case) We never know what we are going to have to do when it comes to anything! But we learned what to do next time....hopefully!
Tomorrow is our Zone Meeting here at the house. We will send pictures of our wonderful missionaries. Mpaka Missionaries called today and said they don't have any water. That is not good! We will be working on that tomorrow!
|Making Passion Fruit juice....yummy!|
|This is the train station where you take the train to Brazzaville. You can see the puddles of water from the rain.|
|Elder Bailey in front of our Helix Toyota truck, It drives great....but I think it is the driver!|
It has been a wonderful day, we will have more updates tomorrow after the Zone Meeting.