This is the home where the missionaries lived in Chifloca. Many of the missionaire stayed there while helping to building the chapel. President and Sister Kimball slept there when they visited Bolivia. He was the apostle over South America at that time. That was before the chapel was built.
This is a home in Quirisa.
This a field of corn in Qurisa. A young couple were bringing in some fresh alfalfa from the field. Their main cash crop is garlic
We found a few horses in the corral. They make fences from the thorn bushes.
Just another look at the horses.
These two little girls are the Martinez's grandchildren. I would guess they are about 5 and 18 months.
This is Sister Flores. She is in her 80's. She lives by herself and was bringing in food for her animals. Lloyd and Elder Cardon baptized her. She still attends church.
This is for Jack Ballard Bowman our grandson. We ate at this small cafe in Tupiza. Just had to take a picture of the sign for him.
This special little girl was at the fireside we had in Tupiza. She was just learning to walk. I've never seen so much hair on a child her age.
This is the group that attended church Sunday in Quirisa. Lloyd got to speak at Sacrament in that special chapel. It was a very special experience. President Dyer and the District President Urache set apart a new Branch President for the Quirsa branch, Rolly Flores. He is the grandson of Sister Flores and the Martinez,
As we all drove away on Sunday, there was the new branch president. Rolly Flores standing at the gate with the keys in his hands. He wasn't smiling too much.
This is the hotel we stayed in at Tupiza. It was ok and had a good breakfast.
Back on the Road to Repentance. We found many rock slides from all the rain. We tried to leave early so we did not meet many buses and trucks that travel this road at night. This is the way the missionaries in Tupiza travel to get to Zone meetings and come to Cochabamba. They tell us it is not so bad beacuse it is night and they cannot see the scary road.
Another picture of the Road to Repentance. This does not make it look as high as it really is.
We got high enough on the road to be in the clouds. You can see a fence built from rocks. People do live high up along this road.