Monday, July 8, 2013

Just When You Thought...

that the Mission car couldn't get any dirtier, you spend 10 hours or so driving, about half the time on dirt/mud roads.
We finished the initial round of meeting all the missionaries entrusted to our care, and it went well.
This included, in 24 hours, climbing from the jungle, at about 2,000 feet
to the snow, at about 14,400 feet, a difference of a mere 12,200 or so.
The driving itself was kind of boring, thanks to the straight, level and well-maintained roads of Peru. 
We hope that all of your travel is as uneventful.
Dave & Paula


Dolly Pierce said...

I noticed Paula is wearing short sleeves, and she is outdoors. I guess that means she is pleased with the weather! Love you both.

Michelle said...

How wonderful that you've arrived in Peru. We are so grateful for your service and love sharing your blog with the family. If there is a service opportunity that your Nurse friends from Rex can provide to the people you serve, please don't hesitate to ask. Love from the Clements Family!

PaulaJean said...

Well, it depends where we are. Two of our seven zones are in warm places. Every place else requires sweaters, tights, and coats. Thanks for all the kind thoughts and love. It really does help!!!