On our way out of town, we stopped at Cachipozo, a pair of natural salt wells considered sacred by the locals:
Near Cachipozo is a set of ancient white rock walls:
To get from San Pedro to Huánuco, we had to drive through the rugged Andes Mountains. Notice how high up the farmlands go:
In Huánuco, we stayed at the Grand Hotel in a large, well-decorated room:
There were about 50 missionaries at the Multi-Zone Conference. Our Tarma elders attended the conference. Here are Elder Keel, Elder Santos, Elder Illachura, and Elder Wengren:
On the way home, we saw this large herd of llamas near a lake at an elevation of 15,000 feet above sea level:
We also passed Lake Junín, the largest lake in Perú. It's a famous bird refuge. You can see the Cordillera de la Viuda in the background (click the picture to see a larger view):
The trip was a spiritual treat, not just because we attended a wonderful conference, but also because we were able to give the second missionary discussion to our driver. (We gave him the first discussion on an earlier trip.) He has attended a testimony meeting, one of Beverly's music classes, and the sacrament meeting in San Pedro de Cajas. He accepted our challenge to read the Book of Mormon, pray about it, and be baptized.