We hiked to Fonte Dam. A few months ago we came part way but had to tun back before reaching the lookout due to high water levels.
|The dam was constructed in 1910 under Pres. Taft to supply water to Hagatna|
|Elder and Sister Hurst|
|Elder and Sister Guercio|
|Elder Martin and Elder Reed|
|Sister Martin at the look-out point|
Arrived at the look out. It started to rain. Elder Reed exclaimed, "It's not rain it's Liquid Sunshine".
|Picture at the top with the group minus one who was taking this picture.|
Heading back. Hold on, it's a little slippery.
Oh no, a wild orchid stem is broken.
Quite a fun hike with several of our new friends.
These next three pictures President or Sister Zarbock took on Christmas eve. We enjoyed a couple's pot-luck dinner at the mission home.
|President Zarbock, Elder Hurst, Elder Reed, Elder Thomas, Elder Martin, Elder Guercio|
We were invited to a island style Christmas pot-luck lunch at Rose and Robert Laanan's home in Dededo. After eating, we shared our favorite Christmas.
A few of the couples went to the Hyatt for a Christmas breakfast.
After getting a little stir crazy, cooped up inside all day, Sister Martin said, "Let's go see the sunset". So we did. Sometimes we get so busy in life we don't take a little time to see and enjoy God's creations.
Looking forward to a "Happy New Year".