On our way up to New Plymouth we saw hundreds of old American cars. Ford, Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, Cadillac, Chrysler, Dodge and Mercury were all on display. American flags were flying everywhere. We felt right at home.
This is the same year Mustang as President Kezerian is restoring at home. He just had to jump in.
President Kezerian also said car shows are the best place to find new investigators. I'm not sure about that.
Elder and Sister Hirsche have been working hard to get Open Houses going in their District. They have had great support and enthusiasm from the members.
Sister Wilson had a feast for the Elders at the Wanganui District Training and Interviews. Elder Hemi, Elder Petaia, Elder Howard and Elder Neill. Front Elder Metusela and Elder Hunt.
Helping out at the Open House were Elder Dalit, Elder Lammi, Elder Cerros, Elder Strasser and Elder Sayers. Right at home in front of the Army of Helaman Missionary Display.
Elder and Sister Hirschi created all the posters and gathered all the display materials.
Our area Seventy Elder Thomson and his lovely wife.
President Gaastra and his wife.
The sausages were a hit.
The Priesthood was well represented.
This dear sister made this temple cake and served it to everyone at the Open House.
On our way back to Wellington we saw Mount Taranaki for the first time since we've been in New Zealand. It has always been covered by clouds on our previous visits. This site was the background for the movie The Last Samuria.