|Living Room #2|
|Breakfast Nook with View|
|Second Bedroom & Richard's Study|
|Our bedroom - kind of stark|
|2nd View of our bedroom|
Here are a few photos of the views from our apartment window.
|View to the right of our kitchen nook window|
|Same view only clearer|
|View from the left side of our balcony|
As you can see we live on a very busy street corner. Living in the city can be a challenge with all the noises of the cars, buses, sirens, horns, and people talking. But we are getting used to it. The following pictures are of our actual building. It's actually a very nice building compared to many around. The trouble is the electricity goes off now and again. I'd hate to be in the elevator when that happens! Today we had no electricity from 11am - 6pm. One has to be flexible!
|If you follow this road you will come to the center of town|
|Looking at our place straight on - we are on the 6th floor|
|Side view - Grocery store in the basement! How convenient!|
We are so glad to have friends here already in Mongolia before we arrived. We would not have survived our first days here without their kindness and care. So we are learning our way slowly and feeling a little more "at home" as each day goes by.
Tomorrow Lloyd Maxson and his wife will take us around to the American food shop and the vegetable stalls and meat stalls they shop at. Some of you may remember meeting Lloyd when he visited our church in California. Again, we are so thankful for people coming alongside us and teaching us the ropes!
Thank you all again for your prayers! We feel the weight of those prayers everyday here and are so moved by the love and care of all you dear people! You all are so very special to us and we love you so dearly!
Stay tuned for more from Mongolia!