We had an English camp that included about 140 kids. 60% of them were investigators and non members. The name of our booth was "American Culture". Elder Brown had fun demonstrating his skills of being a "cowboy".
Retirement from Intermountain Healthcae was difficult after almost 10 great years. Many friends were made and many wonderful experiences made Intermountain and the chaplain service there a wonderful growing time.
On 22 October 2007 Alden and Tanya entered the Missionary Training Center enroute to a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Republic of Korea. We arrved in Korea on 2 November 2007. We live in Daejeon, Korea. This is our third time living in Korea. We love the people, the culture and the food. Indeed there is beauty all around.