For months the airline tickets to Guatemala have been more than double what we are used to paying.  But we have heard the airlines update their rates about 3 times a day during the week and once a day on weekends. Ooops, sorry, too much details. smile.
   Anyway, the Lord woke Myra early a few days ago with an urgency to check the rates.  She bought our tickets close to what we were used to paying and half of the recent prices. Praise the Lord.
    < Round trip: Dpt Aug 13th; Rtn Dec 3rd.  > 
   When we come back in Dec, we will try to stay at D&D missionary homes in Florida for a couple of weeks while we get the papers in order and maybe a little fund raising. Then load the minivan and head out on our 3,000 mile drive back home to Guatemala.

27 Days & counting


   We are experiencing the pressure building daily as the departure date is coming at us like a freight train. smile. My best friend, Ray Taylor, helped enormously when he brought his trailer a couple of days ago and hauled some of my 'treasures' (now called junk) out of the garage. Trying to move is when I always regret being a pack rat. Every other thing I picked up, you could hear me saying, "oh wow, I wondered what happened to that.  Oh, well, just let go of it, Roy." smile.
   It is getting to the point where I am going to have to rent a storage room to put the boxes (we hope to raise the money {about $2000} for movers to ship to us in January when we get our own place) and plastic tubs (we plan to load in our minivan and drive back to Guatemala {about 3,000 miles}. We hope to cross the Texas/Mex boarder on Christmas day, to pay less taxes).

   PRAY: for our packing to go smoothly; for our "stuff" to sell faster; for our fundraising to be more successful;
Luvs & Hugs to all. May God Bless.  Roy & Myra Price  


    Roy & Myra Price have been working with the deaf in Latin countries since 2000. Now they are heading up our full time operations in Central America from our office in Guatemala.


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