Two weeks ago, early in the morning, our bus pulled into our very loved, Iowa home. Even though we had a very fruitful and blessed tour, we are so thankful to be back on the farm. We have been busy digging into the projects awaiting us here at home, but are trying make more of an effort to savor each moment!!
Enjoy part two of our trip to Mexico and Belize!
Amidst all the concerts and appointments, we still made time for swimming with these dear friends!!
School keeps going, even on the road.
During a long day of driving, Taylor made the most of a gas stop to pull out the guitar and get some practice in!
Smiles with Grandpa. One of these days Wallace will be driving the bus too!
The thoughts that were occupying our minds," If that unique setup just fell apart, we could watch a lively production of tumbling watermelons!!"
These little guys loved Denver's stories! This time, in an animated tone, he read to them Doctor Suese. Even Peter was starting to crack a smile!
Here the guys were practicing a Spanish song which they especially prepared for our Mexico trip.
Oh my! This day was just slightly challenging! Because of the small streets, I think it took about three hours just to get within three miles of where we began!
Cleaning time in the bus!!
We were able to sing at several Spanish churches in Mexico. This one was located in Mexico City.
Bella (our interpreter's daughter) loved learning all the ins and outs of running sound. She was a pro by the end of the tour!!!:):)
Chatting with girls after an evening concert.
After shopping at a Mexican supermarket, we couldn't resist celebrating with chocolate!
Peter was more than an interpreter! This time, he helped get us out of a very tough situation by standing on the roof of the bus and pushing away branches!!
Wallace just loves stories with Auntie Rebs
Taylor does a great job helping Liz with all her Algebra questions!