Lunch and Transfer Planning

2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (14)Here’s what happens when you eat lunch with a Texan!2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (15)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (16)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (17)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (18)After lunch, we went to work.  Pres Lewis keeps the APs in suspense before opening the board to reveal the changes we’ve made before they got here.2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (19)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (20)We spent many long hours pouring over possibilities for the upcoming transfer.  Sorry, you can’t see the board yet!2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (21)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (22)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (23)Today I asked the APs what 3 things they love best about living in the WYM.  Here are their responses:

Elder King:  The people and their passions.  They love things like tractors, Sea Hawkes, fruit, food, manure and gardening.  I love the beauty, diversity and the openness of the land.  I love the members of the church here.  They like being friends with the missionaries.  We get great life advice from wise people.  I love getting to know them.

Elder Moser:  I love the people and how different they are in different parts of the mission.  Learning from them is fun!  I love the diverse geography.  I especially love the hidden gems like Coulee Dam and Hood River and how they are unexpectedly beautiful.  I love how the summers are long and beautiful, especially the nights.

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