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Jay | Susan | Alex | Beth | Samantha
June 26, 2009 5:33 am
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Yesterday I took Phil Byler to Nagashot and then to Napep to meet with the elders there about the incident with the TIMO team.  The truly ironic part of that flight was that it POURED rain while we were at Nagashot, and as we left Napep it began to POUR rain there as well.  It took me three tries to land at Nagashot on the way back to drop Pastor William (who works at Nagashot) there along with a translator.  It’s a good thing the plane has a seaplane rudder…the runway was very wet.  The flight home to Lokichogio was also wet…it took about an extra 10 minutes (for a flight that’s usually 30 minutes) as I detoured around storms.

The meeting went fairly well, Phil said.  Though I suspect more meetings will be required before the team returns.  Still, it’s a good first step.

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