|"Right this way, please..."|
(Yes that really was a torture chamber)
Hello family and everyone else.
This week was a pretty neat week. Last Monday after e-mailing a couple of Elders and I went to the Castle of Good Hope. It was built in the 1700's sometime... I didn't get much chance to read about its history because we only had about 45 minutes to look around.
On Wednesday was Zone Training, which is a shorter meeting that Zone Conference, but we still learned a lot about finding new investigators and we went over Elder Uchtdorf's talk 'The Merciful Obtain Mercy.'
On Sunday (yesterday) Alicia was baptized, and we had several other investigators there that I am very hopeful for.
Thank you for your e-mails and I will talk to you again next week.
|The Gates to Castle of Good Hope, South Africa.|
Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company
as a maritime replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope
is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa
|The outside walls of the Castle, the moat in the foreground.|
In the distance is "Table Mountain" (left), and "Lion's Head" (right)