Saturday, May 9, 2015

Cute little girl

Cute little girl in her school uniform in front of a souvenir shop.

Mock Cemetery

 Interesting mock cemetery with many graves of ideas or feelings that need to be buried.  The spelling on some of the grave stones was interesting.

The Bell House and ampitheater

 We toured the Bell House.  Bell was in charge of the US troops in the Philippines during WWII.  The house is quite large and quite Americanized to suit his taste.  The pictures 
of the flowers come from the "Secret" garden that he created in the woods behind the house.  He would go there to think or to write his wife.  It was very peaceful.

 The ampitheater and stage area adjacent to the Bell House.

City of Vaughan

 This is a tunnel that the Japanese dug during WWII.  It has small cavities dug
out to the sides, presumably where soldiers slept.  Its height is remarkable since
Japanese people at that time were small in stature.  However it is damp and would 
be very dark without the lights that have been installed.

President and Sister Rahlf taking a break and enjoying                 
the scenery.

Botanical Gardens

 A few pictures from the Botanical Gardens.  

This is a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Baguio City- Part 3

 From left to right:  Elder and Sister Honeycutt, Elder and Sister Morgan, Elder and Sister Leslie, Elder and Sister Shorter.
All of these pictures were taken from an overlook called Mineviews.

Baguio City- Part 2

Elder Shorter made a friend (for a price) the Botanical Garden. 

 Interesting statue at the entrance of the Botanical Garden.

Our group--Elder and Sister Honeycutt from Texas on the left.  He is the financial secretary, she is the secretary to the President.  Elder and Sister Leslie from Idaho on the right.  They are self-reliance missionaries serving both the Cauayan Mission and the Laoag Mission.