We drove back to Lindon from Cedar City with a load of apricots and cherries we had picked for Susanne and the Teachers at the MTC. Changed clothes and headed to our afternoon session of tutoring. We gave all of our teachers a small bag of cherries that we had picked and washed for them. They really enjoyed them. It was great to see the big smiles on their faces when thanked us for the cherries.
We continued with our tutoring and for the devotional we had Richard G. Edgley of the Presiding Bishopric speak to us. He told a lot of great stories, but we had to watch it from another room instead of the auditorium with the young missionaries. They are trying to keep the Senior Couple health and not possibly expose them to the flu.
Wednesday – Thursday - Friday
We continued with our Spanish tutoring. The language is coming.
We went with our friends Chris and Rasheed Charles from England to Timpanogus Cave in American Fork Canyon. It was a great little hike up to the cave and was really fun to tour the cave with them. It rained on us going up and down from the cave but that was okay. The scenery was great and we had a great time sharing a little bit of the USA with our British friends. After the hike we went to Provo and ate lunch at a Chinese restaurant that Christina and Brian Wilson recommended. It was great and we enjoyed more stories about England and about what being a Mission President will be like for the Charles's