The iPad SkyView app (shameless plug for a free app) is really a neat app for looking at the location of planets and constellations. You can hold the iPad up to the night sky and it adjusts to show you what you can see in the sky. There may be an Android version as well.
|Say "hello" to my leetle frind.|
|Kuo tree in full blossom|
|We haven't been able to identify|
this flower yet but it isbeautiful.
We also saw this incredible full double rainbow on Thursday morning but is disappeared so quickly that we only got this one photo. I wasn't fast enough getting the window down and the camera out to capture the double rainbow but at least Lepeka got this shot looking through a rainy windshield. The photo doesn't do it justice but hey, it does create a great memory for us. We're trying to get better at having our cameras ready to go as we miss so many great photo ops each day.
|First community education session|
with a few of the locals. We ended up
8 in this session which lasted about an
We also met with a group of 8 locals for a community education session on computers. There is so much interest and not many places to learn. We're hoping to work a few of these classes into our schedule as well. We're actually hoping that some of the people we train will start their own classes with a little nudge and support from us.
Sione Lauti (on the far right in the blue shirt and hat was attending Rick's College at the same time Lepeka was there and an instant friendship was formed. We met him at a diabetic clinic held at their ward one night and he was interested in learning about computers. He talked to his Stake President about the STS calling but nothing has come through yet. We're still hoping as he is very interested. We'll see what the Lord thinks soon.
|2 Youngsters playing on a trampoline at a home near the MQs.|
This is a short clip of the welcoming committee at one of the MQs
we visit regularly. At first, Lepeka was a little bit leary, now she
jumps out before I can even run interference.
|Crab, Lobster, seafood salad and Uli (yams)!|
This was really a treat!
|Lepeka trying her best with Tongan utensils.|
|Industrial strength dining utensils were needed.|
|Liahona students during one of the breaks between classes.|
They love having their pictures taken and pose at the drop of