|Our church courtyard after cleanup|
Our assignments have been delegated to others who will hold the fort until replacements arrive. There were some debriefing and training meetings because of these new assignments.
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye. On Thursday we had dinner with Nasanbold and his family. Our camera lens malfunctioned so we were temporarily without a camera. Can you imagine the withdrawal pains?
|This picture with Nasanbold was taken later and inserted into this particular blog|
I gave 3 Books of Mormon out to our driver, Zorgio, our photographer, Bayarmaa, and our local grocery store proprietors with whom I practiced my Mongolian as they practiced their English.
|Winter dirt and grime are everywhere|
|Missionaries help clean up at the Chingeltei Building|
|Elder and Sister Linford|
|Hamburgers and club sandwiches at Papas|
Elder Stewart had an extra lens he is loaning us until we can get a new one in Japan. My withdrawal pains eased somewhat.
|Puje with a little one|
|Mothers let their babies suck on fat as a pacifier|
Very good cook. A tasty meal. They gave us our name written in Mongolian script.
I’ve been working with Alimaa on her dissertation. We will continue to Skype after we leave Mongolia. They are fun couple.
|Bayar gazing at his aquarium. My borrowed lens is good for close ups - not so great for distance shots.|