Well i hope my mom finds a way to send the pictures I sent her about what we did for PDay today. Also I mentioned the museum last week, and after cyber i realized i had not sent the pictures, so i probably will next week. Dont worry, the museum exists, we actually went, tenga fe (have faith).
So what we did today was we just got on the bikes and rode North. We hit campo pretty quick, and from then on and on the way back we got some solid pictures. Got a couple bonus ones down here.
This last week we were out of the area again for District Leader Training and visa stuff. But we had an investigator almost come to church! We called him a little before sacrament meeting and he said hed be there, but he came an hour late cuz he misheard the time. His name is Ángel Malo (yes that means Bad Angel) hes from Paraguay, he had a crazy life, but now he lives with his wife and son here in Las Flores, he´s super awesome though.
We´re excited to be able to work this week, and to get to know our District tomorrow in the first district meeting of the new transfer. The only thing that changed is Elder Jessons new companion, Elder Aramayo, argentino. also theres only 6 of us now at the end of the world here.
What we climbed to get some of the shots.
Not sure you can see all the sheeps in the back, but it was dope.
We found this crazy skeleton. My companion said it was from a giant turtle, cuz the top of the skull and the ribcage are on the same side haha. Who knows.
This sign here says danger, gas. Yet I am still unclear on what exactly its telling us.
Saw this guy doin stuff.
He then sent this email and pics:
Lehi’s Dream pt 1:
Lost in the dark and dreary wasteland
Angels that guided us to the strait and narrow path.
The Iron Rod (and what it leads to super zoomed in)
The filthy rivers
And then this email:
Lehi’s Dream pt 2:
The legendary tree of life
And of course, the most important, the fruit of the tree of life