We picked up a water bottle for everyone before leaving Tegucigalpa. We also made a pit stop in Siria before our bumpy ride began.
All missioners have pitched in already. They unloaded the 50 lb. bags from the pickup and bus, carried in some food supplies, unloaded their personal belongings, and changed into shorts as quickly as possible. We are definitely experiencing a sultry evening.
After a supper of rice, refried beans, beef, salsa, and tortillas, we had a quick orientation. Right now I've send all youth missioners to the park with the men chaperones. We all agreed that it's much cooler there. The women are doing a few needed chores around the compound. Tomorrow the students will take on those chores, along with the beginning of the work in Picacho. Our first 'junta' is planned for 8 p.m. our time. I have a sneaky suspicion that many of us will be in bed early.
|ALL bags arrive in Tegucigalpa|
|The girls help carry the bags into the salon.|
|Dave drops the bags to Chad.|
|Austin is happy to pitch in.|