We were up at 4:30 am and shortly on the road with six of the returning missionaries (the other two left early afternoon). It was so hard saying goodbye. When we got back to the office we learned that "our troubled young man from Acropoli Branch was in the hospital and receiving treatment. That is a good thing as he is really nice when he's on his meds. Pres. & Sis Freestone are still staying to get their belongings unpacked and resorted to going to Ikea and purchasing shelves!
Transfers were in full swing all day several couples and the assts. were commandeered to transport missionaries to planes and trains and arriving ones to their new apartments. On one of these trips when the assts. were leaving the parking area at the airport - before they even got out of the parking lot, a car coming towards them from a side road that had a stop sign - looked like it was going to stop but it didn't and it t-boned the passenger side of the van. The man was very apologetic and owned that it was his fault, but the inconvenience is a nuisance, plus the stress felt by the missionary who was driving.
This is Delphi, the village. The ruins etc. are located on the other side of it -