If you take the Tuol Sang Ke road north until it ends and then take the dirt road until it ends and then take the path until it ends, you end up at a house where a Khmer family lives. They have a monkey and some ducks. The monkey showed significant interest and enthusiasm for the gospel, but is not a huge fan of the doctrine of the family. Anh ca Sang and Anh ca Binh will refer him to the Khmer elders.
Newly arrived in Phnom Penh! This is while we were waiting in front of the airport hoping somebody would show up looking for a dozen LDS missionaries. They did very shortly after this picture was taken. From left to right: Elder Davis, Elder Bridge (Spian, that's his nickname because it's the Khmer word for bridge), Elder Whitaker, Elder Jensen, Elder Pettit, Chi Hien, Elder Taylor, Elder Meyers, Chi Dao, Elder Sorenson, and Elder Mundt.