Fun Family Visit

Its always so fun to have visitors and a couple weeks ago we were blessed to have my parents, my brother David, and my sister Emily and her husband Jeremiah here in Peru with us!  We had such a great time exploring, hiking, biking, camping, eating, talking, and worshiping together.  Its always such a blessing to see friends and family from home and they were such an encouragement.  Here are a few pics:

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The family the day they arrived in the Plaza de Armas, Cusco.

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After hiking up to some ruins in Ollantaytambo.

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Going down from Huayna Picchu (the mtn you see behind Machu Picchu. That’s Dad in the green and Stephen in the black below him.

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Machu Picchu

Lake Humantay at about 14,000 ft.

Lake Humantay at about 14,000 ft.

The next day we took horses up to Salkantay Pass.

The next day we took horses up to Salkantay Pass.

There were a few spots you were praying the horses didn't trip.

There were a few spots you were praying the horses didn’t trip.

At the 15,000 ft. pass.

At the 15,000 ft. pass.

Launching some old fruit into the Apurimac Canyon

Launching some old fruit into the Apurimac Canyon

Some worship time together

Some worship time together

Benjamin and John Paul took them on a mt bike ride through the surrounding hills

Benjamin and John Paul took them on a mt bike ride through the surrounding hills

Had a good cross-country race for the neighborhood kids the last day they were here.

Had a good cross-country race for the neighborhood kids the last day they were here.

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