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Portrait of a Mormon missionary not wearing a suit, white shirt, or tie

This is young Elder Dymock, the Mormon missionary who told me where to park yesterday. What I am most impressed about is that he is not wearing a suit, not even a white shirt or tie. There were a lot of Mormon missionaries directing parking and doing other tasks at the festival yesterday, and I did not see a single one wearing a white shirt, tie or suit. I wonder how they managed to pull this off? However they did it, I am sure they were all very thrilled not to be burdened down by this staid uniform for at least one day. It just hit me right this moment where this photo might fit into the book I will one day put together of the pictures I take of Mormon missionaries I happen upon, coupled with excerpts from my own story.

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