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Kdell.Cheryl Bagley - Busan, South Korea Mission 2010-11
We arrived in Busan on December 18, 2009 and are scheduled to return home on June 7, 2011.
From the 10th floor: What we see before we enter.
April 8, 2011 Lucky Apts. Busan, Korea
April 11, 2011 Walking home from lunch.
We live in the far background to the right of the large buigldings.
April 9, 2011 Cherry blossom near our apartment.
Our apartment is to the left & 10 stories up.
April 11, 2011 Cherry trees in blossom!
We are about 45 minutes on foot from our apt.
Office group P-day near Jinhae
April 4, 2011 on Korean battleship
Fun on a bicycle built for four.
April 1, 2011 near GwangJu in southwestern Korea.
Battleship we toured is in the far background.
April 4th near Jinhae. Cherry blossom now out much yet.
Damyang bamboo forest in southwestern Korea.
Tommy, Sunny, Kdell, and Cheryl: April 1, 2011
April 1st to Jawng Ju with Tommy & Sunny
It took three hours on a public bus from Busan.
Cheryl on the Turle Boat shows us the flag.
Replica of boats used in 1591 to defeat Japan.
April 4 on battleship in Jinhae
We didn't get to shoot the gun, however.
We had some influence in this boy's conversion.
He lives near the Mission Home.
The ideal pole patch. Oh for a chainsaw!
It would be against the law, but dreams . . .
Tammy rides a horse in Busan, Korea
You had better sit down, Tammy!
This year (2011) is the year of the rabbit
Last year was the year of the tiger.
The Zodiac animals for famous in Asia.
Twelve different granite benches are supported by Zodiac animlas.
With Seoul Temple Pres. Son, his wife, & Br. Shin
Pres. Son was Busan Mission Pres. before Pres. Jennings
Elder Bagley with friend Stacey & Daniel.
In Busan March 1st, 2011
In Asia we see lots of colorful fish
These are public pet carp, we think.
Feb. 26 in Ulsan - Sister Bagley & Jennings
Walking for exercise and fun.
On our way to the office. We thought of Ryan.
Ryan used to own a mini-cooper
We miss holding our grandbabies
The mom, Sister Jennings, Sister Bagley
Babies are cute everywhere
At Ulsan District Conference, Feb 27, '11
We stand by near the bridge that crosses the harbor.
We rode Bus 210 & here's where it stopped!
Our missionary friends, Jim and Cheryl Howerton!
The Howertons spend Feb. 12 - 15 with us in Busan.
We stand near the fish market in southern Busan.
Feb. 12, 2011
We now live in this apartment compex in the background.
Kind of a hazy day . . . will get a b
Study Korean with us!
It's starting to make a lot of sense.
Nothing better land an Asian pear except . . .
Continue on down for even better foods.
Busan Zone meeting, Feb. 2011
We held a testimony meeting on the beach!
Same two senior missionaries ; Feb. 2011
On Goe Je Island . . . not all that far from southern Japan!
An office missionaries P-day
Eating on Goe Je Do after driving on the under ocean new road.
A Korean barbeque! Food for a king!
It was all you could eat . . . what more could we ask for?
Cheryl and the dragons!
We went. for a Sunday afternoon walk. Feb. 2011
A sample of traditional Korean Lunar NY food.
All Korean food is healthy for us.
Feb. 2011 Lunar New Year at Bishop's home!
Our new Bishop is on the far right!
We had a Christmas tree in Korea
Cheryl shows a large Asia pear. Very delicious.
Cam, Cole, & Cache Christmas 2010
Wonderful Wyoming near our home!
Elder Bagley on P-day
"Bagley" is a famous candy company!
Elder Tyson Bagley in the Dominican Republic
Asia has NOT discovered avocados! Too bad!
We call it the "rainbow" tree.
Near Busan Nov. 26, 2010
New apartment view in November
We had to move to a new apt. in December
A typical Korean meal
Note the octopus leg on the big plate
Ring the bell for ??
Cheryl at nearby Buddhist temple
Sister Bagley and friends
Unmunsa Buddhist Temple site
Visiting Unmunsa Buddhist site
Toruing with the Busan Stake
View from Unmunsa Buddist site
Touring witht the Busan Stake mostly senior citizens
Unmunsa Buddhist building
Touring with the Busan Stake
Tyson as a missionary in the Dominican Rebublic
Lunch is served
At Unmunsa: Touring with the Busan Stake
Persimmons on the big tree
District Meeting lunch 2010.11.09
All-you-can-eat meat . . . and elders type of lunch.
Halloween at the Oncheon Ward
A real cowboy!
The two in the middle are investigators.
The two on the right are the Bishop & hs wife.
Garlic by the truckload
Manewal = garlic: Touring with Busan Stake
Some where north of Busan
Touring with the Busan Stake
With Janet at Unmunsa
Touring with the Busan Stake 2010.11.11
After Zone Meeting 2010.11.16
In southern Busan near bride that crosses the habor.
Korea in the fall! WOW!
This photo was taken north of Busan.
Sky and sunset near Busan, Oct. 2010
It took us an hour and a half to climb to where we took this photo.
The sunset near Busan
The Nak Dong Gang (river) in background.
Sunset near Gimhae Airport. Oct. 2010
Taken from a mountain in southwestern Busan
Thatched roof in country town.
One town has been designated to remain virtually unchanged.
Reeds in the sunset.
On a mountain above Busan.
It is important to dry the rice!
Rice ready to harvest!
Major crop in Korea is rice. Harvested in November.
Busan - a city built in the valleys!
A small part of eastern Busan.
Buddha by the seashore - Busan
On P-days we can always visit another Buddha site.
What an elk looks like in Korea
Dragon elk are hard to find in the wild!
Elder Bagley turns 63
Approx. 30 USD each to eat here!
Fall in South Korea
Bulguksa - Buddist Temple area
Reenactment of Japanese invasion 1592
One of the Korean generals in the outdoor play!
Sonny's high school in Busan.
It would take us approx. an hour to walk to here from our apt.
Sonny shows us her high school.
1,500 boys only grades 9-12.
Tug of War rope . . . at least 100 yds. long!
Soon hundreds with compete in tug of war!
Band members at tug of war . . . friendly folks.
Oct. 10, 2010 near our area in Busan
Preparing for giant tug of war!
200 + students on each end.
On Yangsan (Sheep Mt.): Relief Society outing!
Oct. 9, 2010. Beautful mts. of Korea
Do you do "1,2,3 . . . swing?
Br. Cho & Sis. Jung speak English well . . . great members too.
Relief Society overnighter. Oct 8, 2010
Elder Bagley & Br. Cho joined them Sat. morning.
Tommy and Sonny guide us one day in Busan!
Two of our wonderful English class members.
Our English class invited us to lunch!
Janet (second from right) is a member of the LDS faith.
Slug and slime! Found will hiking near apt.
This cute creature is about six inches long!
On Jeju Island: late Sept. of 2010 - Cheonjiyeon Falls
Theses falls famous for proximity to ocean!
Waterfalls again: Jeju Island Sept. 24, 2010
It was raining a bit that P-Day on Jeju.
The wind was blowing on Jeju Island: Haenyo = seawomen
Ladies used to dive for seafood . . . down as far as 60 ft.
The green of Jeju Island
We want to own a winter home on Jeju.
Big windmills on JeJu . . . east side.
Many miles of sandy beaches on JeJu!
Biggest Buddha Temple in Asia is on JeJu
In Sogipo on Jeju with visited this complex!
Farming on JeJu & throughout Asia
Inexpensive tractor or is it a pickup truck?
JeJu Island: Sept. 24, 2010.
A volcanic island: miles & miles of rock fences!
Drying squid . . . a delicious snack! (So they say!)
JeJu Island: Late Sept. 2010 - 3 nights
Oue hotel on JeJu . . . very nice!
Tough life being a missionary . . . sometimes!
Elder Bagley being friendly.
Students like their photo with a foreigner!
Sister Bagley birthday! Only one on this mission.
Another year younger . . 39 and holding!
Brothr Cho's family over for dinner!
8 of ther 10 children came. Great members. 2010.08.01
Near a large shipyard on KeoJeDo
Sorry! The photo doesn't show the real size!
Keojedo: Near our hotel!
Hi all! Lots of big shipyards on this island.
When it rains, the stream runs!
These falls are 200 ft. from our apt. Aug. 2010
Where will Bus 100-1 end?
Two small lighthouses: tip of South Korea.
Relief Society at our apartment
Sister Bagley invited Relief Society to our apt.
Shilla Dynasty Burial Mounds
Green, hot, and beautiful: July 2010
Home Sweet Home
Our home on Spring Creek
Our great friends in China
Danny and Carol holding hands. Alex too!
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Primary Christmas 2009 party
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Christmas 2009 @ MTC
Sister Bagley in the lights
Elder Brough @ MTC
Elder Brough is headed to the Philipines
With Elder Bevans and Elder Brough
Good times at the MTC
With Elder Tyler Schwab
The hour he arrived, we left for the SLC airport!
Elders Lund & Bagley . . . tough life @ MTC!
Our wives are shopping. Life is good!
Waiting for our ride to the airport
We will spend Christmas in South Korea
Busan, South Korea
We are almost there!!
A look from above! 3.5 to 4.0 million folks in Busan.
Another big Asian city filled with nice folks.
Our apartment building
A new home sweet home for 18 months
We live on the first floor.
Not as much security as in Chengdu.
Sunrise from our kitchen window!
Overall the air pollution isn't as bad as China.
Our apartment kitchen!
A bigger fridge than in China!
Our apartment office.
Cheryl has rearranged our office since this photo.
What we see as we leave our apartment!
It's a five minute walk downhill to the Mission Home & our offices.
Looking up as we leave our apartment!
More power to them!
The Korea Busan Mission Headquarters!
In Korean we call it the "Boo" Our offices are on the second floor.
We walk these stairs to and from our offices many times each day!
We count the steps in Korean to learn the numbers better.
The first set of office elders we worked with!
R-L Elders Pendley & Brown, APs; Elders Harken & Lee, sogis.
Sister Bagley at her desk!
She is near the Mission President's office and is his right hand "man."
Millions of Korean dollars come & go here. If he only knew where!
One USD equals about 1,250 Korean dollars.
District lunch in January, 2010.
We are eating @ the "Stech" house.
Life is full of "struggles!"
A sign on the wall in the "Stech" restaurant!
Now read all of the message.
Good food at the Sttech restaurant!
We see some English in Korea
Elder Bennett and Elder Choi Deok Hyun
Missionaries come and go! These are leaving!
President and Sister Jennings are on the couch also.
200 feet from our apartment. Here we start each mt. hike.
We didn't break the doorway into the wall.
What woods look like near our apt.
Lots of trees and rocks!
Too many trees for a clear photo of Busan.
We are half an hour's hike above our apt.
Beauty and the rock!
We take most of our photos on P-day . . . Thursdays when we can break away.
The Beast and the rock
Mostly we take photos on P-Day = not in suit/tie/dress.
Two big mouths