Today Elder Parkinson and I went with some other elders in the zone to
Ganjanaburi Province near Burma. There are some famous waterfalls there, as well
as the bridge over the river Kwai, the bridge that American prisoners were forced to
build for the Japanese. Way interesting, and the River Kwai is beautiful!
We've had another great week. We had 6 new investigators this last week. Things
are going to be changing again in the mission. From now on until June, the
normal proselyting day will change, meaning we get out the door at 7:30 and work
until 1:30 when we come back and study until 4:00 and then go back out to work
until 8:30 at night. This is in effort to find more people. Because in the
afternoon it is really hot, and nobody comes out, everyone is out in the
mornings and at night. This is a little experiment that President Smith is
trying, and we are going to try it. To be honest, noon time never has been very
effective as far as find people, and holding appointments.
I got a letter from Justin Kelly, that was way cool, sounds like he is doing
well. Man, yeah the bishop talked about the disaster in Chile, that's so scary,
and no, I hadn't heard about that problem with Toyota.
Well you guys sound like you are staying really busy, Thanks for everything!
Love, Elder Schulte