This is just one sample of the many people who came to express their love and tell them goodbye.
Then it's off to the airport, trying to keep a stiff upper lip.
Thumbs up for Elder Kishi.
Thank Heaven for missionaries who know the meaning of service and are always there to help.
The Oldroyds were in the mission for two years. Of course they needed to save some memories. Memories take up space in luggage.
Helping with luggage: Elders Hollister, Kishi and Rust.
And now it's time to really say goodbye. We will miss you, Elder and Sister Oldroyd. You are wonderful.
Sister Baird and Sister Oldroyd.
This says it all. Truly, we love you and all you have done to serve in the Japan Nagoya Mission.
Left to right below: Elder Rust and Kishi, Sister Barney, Sister Baird, Elder Jessop, President Baird, and Elder Hollister.