Monday's are Preparation Day's in the Mission Field. So after all the "Preparation Work" was done, the missionaries asked if we would take them to the beach. We prepared ham and cheese baguettes, pasta salad, chips, and brownies.......packed up the Coleman cooler, and headed toward the "beach".
We have to take all eight Elders in the truck, so four sit in the back seat, and four sit in the back of the truck with the window up. They don't mind the heat back there, because besides being great, valiant Elders, they are "boys" at heart. And boys LOVE adventure!!
Elders Baker and Lundberg were the navigators as we are still trying to find our way around and we headed toward Ngoyo and Ponton Plage (Beach). We were not prepared for the beautiful, paradise that we spent the afternoon at. The pictures, I hope will do it justice.
|Sister Bailey, Elder Gelinas, Elder Hatch (He can't believe he is here) Elder Morin, Elder Lundberg, Elder Garland|
Elder VanAusdal, Elder Baker and Elder Wright
|Elder Gelinas, Elder Wright, Elder Baker and Elder Garland....Jumping for joy!!|
|The Pointe Noire Zone|
|Bottom: Elder VanAusdal, Elder Baker, Elder Wright, Elder Lundberg|
Middle: Elder Morin, Elder Gelinas, Elder Garland
Top: Elder Hatch
|Elder Bailey's ....... Footsteps in the sand|
Elder Morin & Elder Lundberg will leave in 17 days. They are looking towards home, but a part of their hearts will always remain in the Congo!