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Missionary Pictures

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Taylor and Elders Callahan and Clontz Taylor and Elder Loosle Taylor and Elder Muhlestein Mormon Helping Hands shirt Taylor wore during the tornado clean up Elders Muhlestein and Townsend
Tornado damage Taylor working on tornado debris at a farm outside of Carney, Oklahoma Taylor and Brother Hoopes Missionaries do have big appetites Taylor in Tonkawa, OK with a good message
Taylor and the boys Elders Townsend and Andersen Elders Edmunds, Townsend, and Small President called and said it's a snow day!!!! Taylor and Elder Bleggi
Taylor and Elder White Men in black in Blackwell, Oklahoma Taylor and the Elders in Blackwell, Oklahoma P-Day basketball
Taylor checking out a very muddy off road truck A message to follow Elders Townsend, Edmunds, and Andersen
Bugs can get pretty big in Oklahoma. Interesting road sign. Oklahoma sunset through the rear view mirror. Taylor looking tiny below the Sayre, Oklahoma water tower. Elder Merrill, Elder Small, and Elder Townsend
The Cowboy Cafe in Elk City, Oklahoma Taylor jumping for joy at an Oklahoma cotton field. Elder Townsend at Watts Ave Elders Townsend and Benson
Oklahoma sunset Missionaries are well fed. Eating pork steak in Burns Flat, Oklahoma. Take pride in yourself Oklahoma thunderstorm
Missionary issued cell phone
Elders Edmunds (L) and Townsend (R) receiving medals in high school track.  They are both serving in the Oklahoma City mission. Taylor and his high school track teammate Elder Edmunds Taylor and Brother Choate who is the mission leader in Seminole, OK
Taylor and Elder Bleggi from Moab, UT Another baptism in Ardmore. Elders Townsend, Nelson, and Cobbley Baptism in Ardmore Sweet ride
Ardmore, OK baptism Baptism in Ardmore, OK Ardmore, OK sunset Sunset in Ardmore, OK Taylor with native art.
Taylor with mission truck. Another missionary pic with light saber.  A must. Taylor with Elders and their truck Taylor with deviled eggs Oklahoma tarantula
Taylor and an Oklahoma turtle Don't stop believing Elder Townsend back in Wichita Falls, Texas A rare bottle of Peach Crush.  Taylor hadn't had any in years. One happy guy.
Always finding a way to have fun Cruisin' on someone's wheelchair Very Hill Cumorah-like. Pretty amazing!!!! Wichita Falls sunset
I know it's been slow.......but.......really? Mission Christmas party Seminole Fire Station Taylor dances with the big dogs!!!  And this is just a puppy. Taylor and Elder Andersen by Seminole  tower
Falling rock..... Elders Townsend and Andersen Country road Oklahoma cattle First baptism
Oklahoma farm Words of Wisdom Kinder Egg in Oklahoma.  Woo hoo! One way to look at it Elder Townsend's great great grandfather's WWII draft registration card from Oklahoma.  Elder Townsend is carrying a copy of it during his mission.
Missing bike part caused a headache for a few days! All good now. Elder Karl, Elder Townsend, and Elder Westwood Their truck.  Lots of dirt roads around Seminole. Elders Teisina, Nelson, Andersen, Townsend.  Elder Nelson and Taylor graduated from high school together and received their mission calls a couple of weeks apart. Elders Townsend, Cobbley, Hansen, Nelson, Shumway, Hortt, and Garner.
Departing for the mission field Elder Townsend with President and Sister Taylor The MTC district name tags Cobbley from Mantua, Utah and Townsend Elder Nelson and Elder Townsend.  They graduated from Viewmont High School together and are serving in Oklahoma.
Taylor and the street preacher in Provo Taylor and Olivja spend time together before dropping Taylor off at the MTC I love you Uncle Taylor.  Have a great mission!! Taylor and Olivja shortly before heading to the MTC. Uncle Taylor and niece Olivja at lunch before going to the MTC.
Olivja hamming it up with uncle Taylor Tanja is going to miss her brother With Olivja and sister Tanja With Mom and Dad by the Provo temple With Olivja on the ride to Provo
Taylor, Mom and niece Olivja Olivja with Taylor's luggage loaded and ready A last visit from the Plaizier brothers Taylor  trying on shirts for his mission Opening the call.  Oklahoma City mission.  Four generations of Townsends lived in Oklahoma.