The Cape Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Ryan didn't have his tools and wasn't able to do those kinds of things. It was really ******* him. I knew it was hard to not have a creative outlet like he is used to, so when he got back, it came out full throttle.
He bought another canoe and made me a water fountain...I mentioned I wanted a water fountain...then with the rest of the canoe we designed this tea table. He then bought another canoe and spent a Saturday teaching our 3 drivers how to use his ...
After finishing all of our data collection by April 4, we were able to leave a day early and travel back to Monrovia on Easter Sunday. Instead of four going back we added a fifth since Samuka hitched a ride down with us to Monrovia. (A goat and three chickens in the truck bed rounded out the travelers.) We already started late, leaving at 8am rather than ...
So I'm writing this on the airplane from London to Newark.... On the 3rd of August. Needless to say our three weeks was cut short. Who's to blame? EBOLA. BUT I have five hours until this plane lands, and I can't sleep. So imma try to recap. Week one... Well, the first day in Liberia we went to the US Embassy kinda got a little tour and then transferred money to SFC K's account so that he could cash a check at the ...
... by BBQ and fireworks. For myself, there was always the traditional morning devotional at the Church with the flag ceremony, pancake breakfast and then family or ward BBQ and picnic with baseball games and such. Fireworks in the evening somewhere!
The four of us had a grand time just chatting. I was asking some U.S. trivia questions during dinner and then was suggesting we could watch Johnny Tremain. Elder Heszeltine had his computer ...
... otherwise end up in a trash heap in someone's yard and then we are going to crochet bags out of them! I got the idea from Sister Heszeltine who is one of our awesome missionary couple sisters here. I am also going to teach them how to make tie quilts from lappa material...that is the cultural material here. Super fun! We finally got our Personal Progress books!!! Yea! So we can start on them.
Elder's Quorum - Ryan's Counselors are doing great in their callings and they ...