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Thursday, November 6, 2008

Teaching in Trinidad

We went on a teaching appointment with Elders Packer and Barker tonight. They are teaching a sweet family of mother, two teenage daughters, and a ten year old son. They will be baptized this week. It didn't feel appropriate to take pictures at the lesson but I caught some fun shots along the way.

A few interesting sign shots:

Guess we can't park there :-(


Hot and Spicy Duck Curry and Goat powder or is it Duck Goat and Curry Powder? Either way....I don't think so


not this one either


Adventurous drive to the appointment


On the way home - a little festive cheer. Christmas comes early in the Caribbean!

2 comments:

Jenny said...

Cool pics. My favorite is the mid-eastern parking only.

That is early for Christmas. Interesting. When are you going to decorate?

dr di said...

We will put up the tree the first week of December. We don't have very many decorations. The people in Trinidad spend thre months before Christmas cleaning, painting, and sprucing up their houses.