We followed the progress of the huge cruise ship heading out through the headlands. We also enjoyed our usual Saturday evening wedding party. And of course, the birds!! We never tire of hearing all the bird calls, and seeing the usual assortment at the water's edge as well as in the trees. The sparrows in Utah just won't seem as exciting as the Darter below. According to our Bird Book, this is probably a female and she can sink under the water to eat fish for up to a minute at a time. She must have had plenty of food and this was her drying off.
|They love having their picture taken with us and we are learning how to do that easily as well as have some fun.|
|This is bits and pieces of the Harbour Suburbs Zone, Sister Training Leaders, and a couple of Elders from the Central Coast Zone. Some were coming to the temple and some were here to exchange cars.|
|We now have 4 missionaries from Nevada with two more on the way! Look what good comes from Nevada.|
|When we travel to England next time, we will have a friend who wants to see us. That is another amazing miracle of being on a mission, you gain friends all over the world. What a great way to network.|
|This sister from Tasmania had a birthday so we all sang happy birthday to her and then she was able to go out and pick up...|
We sit in our office and wave to everyone as they walk by our large picture window. Every once in a while, they stop in for a visit.
|One last bird - the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo. We are not sure why some of them are tagged and I am still looking for the perfect photo with the crest all sprayed out.|