Sunday, August 9, 2015

A Walk Down Memory Lane - Aguascalientes

We went to find the apartment where Paul lived when he was a missionary here.  The street in front of their apartment building used to look like this.  This is Elder Lee, a visiting zone leader, with some of the kids in the neigborhood.


This group of kids used to live in the apartment complex.

Paul is pointing to where his bed was located in the room next to the sidewalk. 

 The street is now paved but but kids still have fun here.

A rented building on Licenco Francisco Primo Verdad served as the chapel.  This is Elder Chalker standing inside the building.  It didn't need to be very big for a branch that consisted of from 15 to 30 people.

This is the exterior of the rented chapel.  We didn't go inside the building but the outside isn't very impressive.  

Aguascalients now has two stakes and is mission headquarters for Aguascalientes and parts of Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi.  This is the ward where we went to church on Sunday and these are the people that could talk to Paul about the "old times" since they remember the old rented chapel as well. 

Edmundo Vargas and wife, Amparo Monjares de Luna

Olivia Laguna and her sister Teresa Laguna Reyes

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