I don’t know about you, but those are not words that I like to hear. Our regional coordinators, John & Letha Kerl, were scheduled to fly to Gamboula today, Saturday, on the single prop 5 passenger SIL mission Cessna. Also to be on the flight were our colleague, Leanne Turk’s, parents. There was rain that delayed the takeoff from Yaounde, but then the pilot discovered an electrical problem. He repaired that but ended up with more problems which will ground the plane for a few days. So, Luke Turk and Roy are on their way into Cameroon right now, to spend the night there awaiting the 4 would-be plane travellers to meet them at a town that is a 5 hours’ drive from each of us. This cuts one day off of an already short stay, and what the Kerls’ haven’t heard yet is that we won’t be able to go across the border for our usual Monday visit because it is a president’s holiday in our country that day. We will be glad to see them and show them around our mission anyway, AND we are thankful that the plane “broke” while on the ground and not up in the air!