Friday, October 23, 2015

Fort Charlotte

Fort Charlotte is a fortress high on the mountain above Kingstown, the capitol of St. Vincent.  Once used to protect the island from invasion, then turned into a prison for the island.  It is now a tourist stop off and a great place to see a panoramic view of the south end of the island.  Elder Powell and Mikesell take in the view west of Kingstown.
 Chillin' and taking in the view to the east.
 P-day is a great day for the missionaries to laugh and talk about their past week.  They usually don't see each other other than p-day and district meetings.  They love getting together on Mondays, especially the Georgetown elders who are an hour away from everyone.
 Elder Ashcraft is a brand new missionary.  He is a great young man and we are glad he is here.
 Elder Merrell has a knack for entertaining.  Everyone loves his antics and entertaining stories.  

 Elder Anderson, district leader in Georgetown.
 Me and Sister Lometo.
 Powell and Ashcraft

 Elder Dancan and Elder Tulikihakau

 Elder T., one of our two district leaders.  
 The flag of St. Vincent.

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