Today's post is a combination of three days. I didn't have as many pictures of these days so I can condense it and cut down on the number of posts :)
First up is some photos of the animals and farm fields. This first photo of a row of banana trees is one of my favorite photos :)
I don't think anyone was living in this house, but it was interesting to see with it's homemade bricks.
This is how they do laundry...they set up a shelter over the water canal and stand in the water while scrubbing on the stones. We saw pig intestines and several dirty diapers floating in the water so you certainly don't want to use it for anything other than clothes and irrigation :)
These are peanuts drying in the sun.
While we ladies handed out invatations to the crusade, the guys built a bridge for Emilton's mother so she can gather firewood on the other side of this creek.
Making cookies to pass out to the children at the school the next day.
The next day we did two skits for the children from the school across the soccer field from our houses. Eventually I will upload the videos to YouTube.
Each person on the trip brought items to use in making these bundles that contained school supplies and hygiene products. There were 60 children at the school and each child got a bundle.
These little gecko things were all over in the house...I can't remember what they were called in Spanish. They are only a couple inches long.
This little guy was so cute! You can see how bitty he was by comparing him with the fingers.
And Lavonne :) Can't get enough of his smile.
Me with one of the pastor's and his family. I loved their family! Amazingly, he could fit himself, his wife and there four children on one very narrow motorcycle!
The pastor's daughter, Abigail, playing with some play dough I gave her. She refused to let go of it for the group photo :)
Photos from the balcony of Emilton and Lucille's house of the crusade pavilion and the ladies selling food.
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