Thursday, February 28, 2008

Work Project

We love our Sister Missionaries ! Sister Drio and Sister DeGusman




Work projects are the best for getting to know everyone. Elder Kimberlin was so happy to get to use his big bolo knife, and he didn't have to see any snakes. They cleared bamboo and trees.






Yum, fish with their heads still on.











Cooking with the Ladies












Brother Navarro is really a good cook. The people that live in the house cook this way everyday,this is their stove.
















































11 comments:

Rebecca said...

It's so fun to check in on your blog and see what your up to and get to know you better! What an adventure! How are those fish heads? Any other interesting delicacies?

Thanks for making the world a better place! Love ya!

Kymi said...

I like those shorts Elder Kimberlin! So, can we look forward to fish with the heads still attached for Confernce food when you come back? I bet that would be good with a side of that yummy frog salad! Love to see what you are up to, you are doing a wonderful job!

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Whiting Family said...

Looks like you guys are having lots of fun !!! Has Kerry had a chance to go fishing there ??? Keep up the good work !!!

Comerfords said...

Hey looks like you guys are doing great! Kerry, are those shorts really that long or have your legs gotten shorter? Fish with the heads over an open fire is called "cuisine"!

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Wendypooh said...

Wow! You two are surely having adventures--I was wondering if you had anything for me to report to the ward in the ward newletter? If not, I will get an update from this blog. Keep up the good work! Love, W. Brimhall

Amy said...

I bet in a million years you never would have dreamed of doing the things that you are doing. What an incredible experience! I loved looking at your Easter pictures my dad forwarded them to me. What a different culture!