This was the most exciting time while there - driving across the frozen lake (a shortcut) to get to the airport. It was well traveled.
An aerial photo showing the river front part of town. The river freezes during the winter and is used as a main road to the surrounding villages. We saw several vehicles and snow machines driving on the river.
We bought pizza and had a pizza party for all the youth at someones home to recruit them to attend the upcoming Bush District temple trip, attended branch council meeting, I taught a primary class and Dick presented the young men's lesson, discussed everyone seminary attendance with them, visited Young Women (one girl in attendance) and visited the RS meeting. I disliked the practice song there as well. If I am ever the RS General President (big haha) my first order of business is to get rid of the practice song. We ate some egg rolls at the Tundra Restaurant and breakfast at the "Grr8 Bear Bed and Breakfast". It was a nice room and the owner made quiche for breakfast - Dick's favorite (not so much). The flights were on time and it was a wonderful 24 hours. We came home and rested. So Super Bowl for us. Not that we care. I have no room in my life for football. Although it hear it was all about the commercials anyway. This was probably my last trip to the bush so I was a little sad coming home knowing this. But it's been a great experience.