|Everyone in Tupiza uses gas to cook with. This truck delivers full|
tanks of gas for their stoves and takes empty one away. It has a
horn that honks loudly to let people know it is around.
|The Martinez family from Charaja. The Elders and Lloyd have been|
teaching them and they will soon be ready for baptism. They have
six children. The three older children are old enough to be baptized
also. Their baptismal date in November 17.
|Elevterio (the father) makes adobe bricks for a living. This is the|
form he shapes them in. (all by hand) You can see new ones on the ground that
are drying and some ready for sale stacked up behind.
|Adobe bricks drying. They are sold for one Bolivian each. Which|
is about 14 cents. Almost all the buildings and homes are built
with these bricks.
|This is a home of some members of the church that live in Monte.|
The kitchen where they cook their food is on the left end of the house.
|We were visiting in Monte on a Friday afternoon. We saw some|
children at the school and the teacher came out and invited us in.
Elder Rengifo and Bilanzich were invited to teach the children.
|This is the school room. The teacher is in the front on the right.|
The missionaries gave a great lesson on prayer.
|These three brothers live in Monte.|
Ronaldo in 8, Jonalan 6 and Adan is 3.
They had several dogs and cats for family pets.
|We visited the Condori Family in Titihoya and Ivan was cultivating|
the garlic crop with his burrow. Elder Rengifo was happy to help.
|Wilder Condori plowing his field with a team of oxen called|
bueys in Spanish. They are plowing getting ready to plant corn.