Here is a typical Georgia country road, as we were driving today to a part-member home to drop off a copy of the Book of Mormon and some pamphlets in Spanish. We are getting to know the people. They are real nice. We hear y'all a lot. There's lots of forest, and fields and country roads, including dirt roads. Some addresses we cannot find, even with GPS. We went from a visit with a family in abject poverty to 15 minutes later a visit with a family in a mansion that had a quarter-mile drive way to the house. We've taken a sister to her doctor appointment and helped her get shopping. She can't read, so we read her mail to her. Also, Elna did some family history with another sister and we also took her to do her shopping, since she doesn't have a car and it's way too hot to walk. They had a lot of food and cookies today at church for Father's Day. The Bishop drives a truck and was out of town today. We visited yesterday with two people learning about the church. One was a middle-aged man in town and the other was an older woman out in the country (on a dirt road). A couple days ago, I was dropping my shirts off at the cleaners and gave the (Methodist) owner there a copy of the Book of Mormon.