The hotel we stayed our first 10 days in Canada, Executive Airport Plaza.
Our District:) at the MTC. Next to us the Hansens from Gresham, Oregon, going to the Philippines, the Clarks, from Salt Lake, going to Chile, the Dohlberg's, from Salt Lake, Church and Family History in SLC. Cute sister teachers.
Not in chronological order, 2 sisters going home: Sister Dahl and Sister Facer on the right, both went home a week ago Wednesday. These girls were both leaders. Sister Burns, who I replaced is now on Vancouver Island in Nanaimo.
Colby and Lilia waiting for Elder and Sister Croshaw to be set apart.
More sisters who are awesome. Sister Allen, Sister Gamble, Sister Burns, Sister Tsai, Sister Yeung (from Taiwan and Hong Kong, respectively.) Last two sisters are Mandarin and Cantonese (and English) speaking. These missionaries are beyond remarkable.
Richmond Center Mall. It is gigantic. The sisters tell me there is a bigger mall in Burnaby, that takes all day to go through. The Korean Branch meets in Burnaby--NE Vancouver. Burnaby is the Hollywood of Canada.
Burt Brothers Tires--our first introduction to our Mission President. He and his brother own these Utah based tire stores.
My sweet Mom. Just wanted to throw that one in.
Another one for me--some of our beautiful grandchildren at Cascade for the 4th of July.
Two weeks before we moved we met Verna Lee in Salt Lake City for our annual Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert. Verna Lee used her connections to get us the tickets. Wonderful night.
Our farewell at the Cascade. These dear friends showed up and surprised us. Larry and Syndee Kemp and Syd and Barb Wood. They have been an integral part of our lives for so many years. We are so grateful for the many friends who have blessed our lives.
With Dana when we were set apart. There is a story behind David's attire.
So glad he is my mission and eternal companion.