When Steve came in from shoveling snow on Saturday he had some in the hood of his Aggie jacket and some on his Hungarian Hat which was dripping onto his glasses. Now this is a guy that gets into his work.
After he dried out we picked up the elders and visited some members in the branch. This is what their parking lot looked like. It was so bad that we thought we had found a parking spot but we had driven over the curb. Oops!
These are the good people that we visited. Grandmother, mother, daughter.
Elder Kreiberg has a cold and told us that it made his nose feel better if he put snow in his nostrils. It looks like I wasn't fast enough with the camera . The snow is falling and not on his lip.
Today we left early to go to Papa where we were assigned to speak in church. The roads were covered with snow in Sopron but as we traveled closer to Papa the roads cleared and we realized we were going to be really early so we took some pictures of some of the wildlife. We saw several rabbits. I wanted to tell this one that sitting in the middle of a wide open field was not a good idea when there is a hawk in the tree by it.
The deer are a little smaller here which means they don't make such a big dent in your car when you hit them. Don't ask us, ask the zone leaders.
Don't try to find any animals in this picture, it is just a picture of the mist rising off the snow. It is amazing what we see when we are not in a hurry. Hungary is beautiful whatever the season.