Philippines Angeles Mission
November 2012 - May 2014

Sunday, July 7, 2013


On July 28 we met the other couples from the mission and traveled together to the far side of our mission. They have a lot of wood carving places over there, Dad found his size chair and waited patiently while I shopped.

Another stop along the way was to eat lunch under this tree. We were told it is the largest Banyan Tree in Asia

Inside the tree

Baler is along the ocean and quite remote. In some ways it reminded us of Christmas Island.

At this spot where we had dinner there wasn't a sandy beach, just rocks. This is Sister Teishner our office Sister.

The next day we divided up and went out teaching with the missionaries. We walked across this bridge to visit a family and gathered this audience of children. 

One of the humble homes we visited. This lady and her family were baptized that night.

Another family we visited.

We almost didn't make it to visit this man, we were running out of time. I'm sure glad we did as he was waiting by the road for us.

Everyone knows I am scared to death of heights and this hanging bridge was almost more than I could do.

This cute family lived right by the bridge. They have been less active but they came to church the next day after we visited.

The Senior Sister Missionaries, Sister McCord, me, Sister Teishner, Sister Martino and Sister Lutz.

We hurried home trying to beat a Typhoon that was headed that way.

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