|If you look closely at the llama's ears. You will see they have bright colored|
cloth tied to them. That is the way they can tell which llama belong to whom.
|We gave this man a ride to Uyuni. He was walking along the road out of|
Potosi. He said his brother was in the hospital and very sick. Lloyd gave
him a Book of Mormon. He showed us his Bible that he had with him. He
said he read it often.
|Our pickup stopped about 20 miles out of Uyuni and would not start. This|
is where we were until some members from Uyuni helped us. .
We had our prayers answered this day.
|This is not a good place to have engine trouble. As you can see we are out in|
the middle of the deseret. The only thing around was a herd of llamas and
a little lady herding them with her slingshot.
|These are the good people that helped us get the pickup running again.|
Cristo Calcina his son Isaac, Mariel Montoya and her husband Jose Velasquez ( the
branch president in Uyuni). It cost us 50 cents to fix the truck.
|Isaac and Heyli Calcina. Their father helped us fix the pickup. |
I just gave them a piece of candy. That is why Isaac's jaw
looks full. He wanted me to listen to him count to 10 in English.
The children are special here in Bolivia.