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February 15, 2009 / joelmalm

Me and my llama and 100 pounds of stuff

girls-and-llama We finally made it to Cuzco.  The good news of the day was that we came in with about 60 more pounds of personal stuff than the airline was supposed to allow us, but somehow we made it through without paying one cent.

I think God loves us, I am pretty convinced that he doesn’t love LAN airlines though – it is of the devil.  Any airline that only allows you to check in 1 bag at under 40 pounds is evil.  But, good conquered evil today – hoorah!

Cuzco is great.  The altitude (11,000ft) is making my head spin but we will soon be over all that.  Emily is getting used to the idea that this is our new home.

We start house hunting tomorrow.  I hope we have a yard – I want a llama.   He will mow the lawn and every few months I’ll shave him and put more carpet in my house.  These kids would sell this llama for pretty cheap, but I want a white one.

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  1. Brett / Feb 16 2009 6:06 pm

    Joel, I enjoy your posts thoroughly! We are glad you and Emily finally made it. Our hearts are with you guys and the ministry their with J&J. We are searching for ways to visit Peru, short or long term. It’s always on our hearts and minds.

  2. Orlando Barrera / Feb 18 2009 3:37 pm

    what the fries!!!! you are getting a llama OMG what do those things eat haha lol i’m praying for your new home guys and for you too hopefully i’ll get to visit you one day, enjoy the llamas ciao

  3. Bec Hewitt / Feb 19 2009 3:48 am

    haha nice blog, love the pic too

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