Thursday, January 8, 2009

7 degrees farenheit


Elders Anderson and Finch went with us to the Pochta (post office) to translate, and on our way back we stopped by the river bridge.  The people were taking shortcuts across the frozen water.  We couldn't tell if our numb faces were smiling or not!



10 comments:

Kaibert said...

-14° C. It was not as cold in Salzburg so far. Only in the mountains /durring skiing). There are some frozen ponds in Salzburg ... ice skating.

liz stanley said...

wow, looks like ice skating out there! And love that frozen pic of you guys. You look happy. We'll be thinking of you in Mexico

liz stanley said...

i just posted that pic up on my blog, hope you don't mind

heather and fam said...

You guys look so cute! I was thinking the same thing as Liz....that needs to go on my blog too. Love you both!

Christina said...

What a great, classic picture of you two in Russia! We love it! Along with Heather and Liz, that's one for the blog! I can't believe how cold it is, hope you're keeping warm!

Dena Dewey said...

Burrr...and here I am in Arizona complaining of it being cold at 62 degrees.
Amazing pictures!!

robin k said...

Love the picture, too, Donna and Roger. Try to stay warm!

Elder and Sister McEvoy said...

Hi, All. Thanks for the comments. Of course, we don't mind you using our picture. It gets this cold in Cache Valley, but we don't go out walking in it when we're home. : )
Elder and Sister Mac

bird on the lawn said...

I found your blog through the blog of Liz Stanley. I served in Yekaterinburg more than 3 years ago and walked in many of the places you now walk.
I love and miss Russia everyday.
Best wishes.

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