Friday, September 30, 2011

A Stop in Kenema and Bo as we returned from Liberia

Elders Intsiful, Elder Tade, Elder Rochester and Elder Priddis waiting for President Roggia.  We were looking at a possible new chapel rental. Our Ford Everest was still dirty from the road to Liberia.
We had Specialized Training in Bo the next morning.
Going over Grafton Road to Mission Home...
Elder Kenner and Elder Kotey at our Freetown East Zone Specialized Training.
Elder Pabie and Elder Stewart (out two weeks)...Elder Pabie is Elder Stewart's trainer. Fun picture!
Elder Moss thrilled with his new shoes that Elder and Sister Neves' son brought when he came to visit.  Shoes really wear out on the rocky mountainside of Freetown. (notice big box of doxy in his hand...he is faithful in taking his doxy daily--we are grateful for the faith and obedience of our missionaries)  We average  between 0 and 1 case of malaria a month!  So blessed!
 Elder Wood and Elder Essego (new missionary out two weeks)  During the heavy rainy season, all the missionaries can wear rubber boots.  It saves shoes and slacks as well as makes for a healthier missionary. (Elder Pabie top left)
 Elder Osifo (out two weeks) with Elder Omale, our new assistant.
 Elder Ditsi at the end of our training.
 Elder Priddis and Elder Vaughan taking a few moments together to chat.
Elder Vaughan, happy to get a package from his Grandfather (I think that is who he said) and Elder Purcell.
Moving cattle along the Grafton Road...they are all held together with rope around their horns.

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