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Trip Start Aug 19, 2008
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Trip End Aug 30, 2008


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Flag of Mexico  , Northern Mexico,
Friday, August 22, 2008

Staying up chating with the twins till the wee hous of the morning, didnt bode too well with the 5:45am wake-up call. Back over to Jaimes for breaky and then into the van for the 5 hours drive to Torreon. There were 9 workers and myself. Good times.

Torreon is only 100 years old. Known for its Silver mine (largest in latin america) and the Corona plant. it is also the home of many professing woman (around 20). There are no other professing males. The Garza family moved here from Monterrey two years ago to provide an open home.

We had lunch with Sra. Lichas de Martinez, early meeting and potluck supper at Angelina Salinez. The friends prayed and a few of the workers took part. We are back to Rodolfo and Rachel's for the night. They have three boys and have just presented me with a gift from mexico.

Friday has been quite free. Spent a couple hours "touring". Tortilla factories; men renovating houses.
Early supper we went to Sra. Moreno's for supper. Her husband does not profess, but she stays faithful.
A few of us drove to the park and played soccer till it was dark.
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