The girls left for camp on Monday and by Monday night they called and asked that when we come to camp to bring them mosquito spray and fans to keep the mosquitos off them while they slept. There are 40+ kids at Ujhuta camp and we went there yesterday (wed ) to bring fans and spray and fresh baked bread. We stopped by a bakery that made the bread and we had to ride ther rest of the way to camp with the fresh bread smell. There is a boy about the age of 12 at the camp who grew up in West Virginia. His dad was American and mother Hungarian. So he can speak good English and the girls have been visiting with him. We were able to speak with Miklos and Edit’s two girls. Regi and Anna. It is hard to believe how big they have gotten in three years. They said everything is going good. Pray for the Pancake Lady anyways that is what she is known by here. She has cooked at the camps for years but because of failing health she is unable to do that anymore. I t is hard on her that she
On our way back from camp we were able to stop in a small town called Tokaj and that is where they have a lot of vineyards and a expensive wine is made and sold there. The wine-growing area was first mentioned by the name Tokaj in 1067. The town itself was first mentioned in documents in 1353. It was nice to walk down the quaint little streets and we ate a ice cream cone and something to drink (coke) by the Tisza River. Then we headed back to Nyírtelek.