The following is the P Day Schedule for 9/16/2013:
1. 9:00 - 10:00 - Daniell Cheetah Breeding Camp & African Arts & Crafts Shop - take R75 highway. The Cheetah Camp is 40km beyond Uitenhage. On our return we will take exit 336 which will lead us into Uitenhage and the restaurant.
2. 10:30 - 11:30 Buffet Breakfast at Georgiou, 7 Thorn Street in Uitenhage. It's on the same road we come in on upon exiting at 336.
3. 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Tour the Volkswagon Plant. Instructions given: (1) No sandals. (2) No photos allowed in plant. (3) Photos allowed in the museum and outside the plant. (3) Guide will be furnished. (4) A brand new VW will be given to each missionary couple in gratitude for service rendered in South Africa. (Just kidding. Had to wake you up a bit and brighten your day)
Thank you those of you who have indicated you are going on tour through the VW plant. The booking has been made and the tour is free. We will all meet at Daniell Cheetah Breeding Camp at 9 a.m The drive from Port Elizabeth to Cheetah Camp takes one hour. The drive from Cheetah Camp to Georgiou restaurant is 30 minutes. After embellishing our physical fuel tanks, we will proceed down the road to the VW factory located at
103 Algoa Road and welcome all the strikers back to work. We go to the auto pavilion parking lot and come around the building to Reception. We report to Nombasa, receptionist and our tour coordinator. Have a good day. Looking forward to seeing you all. Elder Stokoe
|We arrive early and wait for two other couples|
|Elder Chase, Gardner and Sherbert|
|Sister Stumm getting her hands sanitised|
|Elder & Sis Boyce, Elder & Sis Stumm, Elder & Sister Gardner, Elder & Sis Sherbert, Elder & Sis Blatter|
Elder & Sis Chase, Elder & Sis Stokoe
|Getting his feet sanitizer|
|Sisters Blatter & Gardner in the gift shop|
|Elder Stokoe petting a cheetah|
|One of the tame cheetahs|
What a wonderful time we had today. Thank you Elder and Sister Stokoe for planning our great preparation day activity!
Elder and Sister Sherbert
For additional photos see our post "P Day - August 19th." When we came with the P.E. Zone elders.