Wednesday, August 31, 2011

After Seminary and Institute graduations, and after our responsibilities at the branch, we ladies decided to leave our men to their audits and interviews and do a little island sight seeing. Here we are at Devil's Bridge. And below, Sisters Stecker, Alvarado, Button and myself took a little beach walk to cool our feet. What a glorious day to be out with friends.

This was a cool little old church we spotted along the way. Very old and colorful.
You can't really tell from here, but this is a pineapple field. Pineapples grow from the ground. Just cut off the top bushy part and stick it in the ground and a new one grows. These pineapples are really small and very expensive. About $8 per pineapple. Or pines as we fondly call them in Guyana.

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