Sunday, June 19, 2016
Our flight to Darwin. We were picked up by the Farrers and the elders that are in this picture: left to right: Elder Hobby, Elder Hamilton, Elder Wilkins, Wayne & I
On one of the beaches in Darwin. Most all the beaches are unsafe with crocodiles. It's low tide so we could go out on the beach area. When high tide comes, there is no beach.
Feeding the fish. We were sitting right next to the edge and this scenic boat throws out bread for the fish.
This was right on the warf where we had dinner. It was the most beautiful sunset and view sitting right on the water. The weather was perfect and we had dinner with the Farrers and the Beards ( they live in Darwin and use to to take care of the missionaries before the Farrers arrived.
The beginnings of the 'Jumping Crocodiles'. We were on a boat with glass windows. This huge 17' croc came within a foot of where we were sitting on the boat.
Same beach. This boat was stuck on shore and must wait for the tide to come in to move. We had dinner at a buffet just in the front there. We watched a beautiful sunset and sat on the grass until that boat could start and float away. That was about 8:30pm.
Downtown Missionary Center celebration opening. We are so excited for this new location and center that President Parker has called us to do.
We will be working this center and working in the main office together until we get computers set up. The missionaries are using the center to teach lessons since the Library kicked us out. Someone complained about the missionaries using the library which we are allowed to do and have followed all the directions to do so. We are grateful for a place to teach the gospel.
Posting a wonderful memory when I (Melanie) was 9 yrs old. I was born of goodly parents and remembering my mother on Mothers Day
Memorial Day that we missed this year. Eric & Whitney, Connor, Sierra, Easton, London. How very proud we are of our children that are continuing our family tradition at Toquerville in memory of our grandparents and ancestors. We miss being there but we feel gratitude for our heritage.
Our beautiful daughter,Jane & Kyle, Lilly and Jake outside of Summerlin Ward church bldg and all ready for church.
Dad & I went on a road trip to Berri. We spoke in the Berri Branch on Mothers Day. This was just a a stop on the drive.
Can you see the possum? There are friendly and are use to people feeding them. This one looked up at me as if he was ready to jump on me - it was a little eary feeling, but cute