|The entry to the mission offices and temple. Everything|
is gated with guards and electric wire. All shops close
at 6:00pm in town and they said it isn't safe to be out.
|This reminds me of the Dallas Temple. Lots of beautiful flowers.|
This is Sis Blake in front of the temple gate.
|Lovely flowers and courtyards with walkways everywhere.|
|I don't know the name of these flowers, but they were my favorite|
there at the temple. We will be in Johannesburg again in January.
We found a water pump to take back to Uganda to fix a water problem
and a ham for thanksgiving dinner. Yeah!
|This is a school marching with sticks instead of rifles. Also,|
full band and lots of admires watching along the dirt road.
|Sweet potatoes planted along the road.|
|Pres Chatfield, our Mission Pres, pointed out that the young men|
at 12 years of age in our church have more authority then the Pope.
And usually don't cause as much confusion.
|The meeting at Walukaba Branch was historic. They have a very|
lovely chapel and nice grounds. Everyone was excited to be there.
|Had to add the bike transport. This guy had 4 bags of cement!|
Probably close to 200 lbs!!
|I handed him a package of cookies as we went past! We always|
keep them in the car for kids and guards! They call them biscuits.
It's always a tight squeeze! He is trying to keep his bike on the
pavement, so it is easier to push!!