Monthly Archives: December 2018
Oh what a joy it is to be here in Africa! Oh what a privilege it is to interact on a daily, weekly, or even just a “passing moments” (like our buddies at the Titus Centre where our son Sam
Go down the red petal carpeted road to the left, you get to Roy & Aleta’s house, straight ahead you can see Sam & Anna’s house, off to the right are the farm manager, Zweli’s, and Lynn & Gary’s house.
Thankfully Zweli, the farm manager, was nearby when a snake was discovered curled up in our house! Roy was down at the nursery tunnel, unable to move very fast with his sore hip. Zweli couldn’t hurt a fly, so he
Our travels from Cameroon to South Africa went quite smoothly, well, except for a couple of hiccups at the Yaounde airport. They called us to open our luggage way back in the bowels of the airport, after we had checked
In spite of serious hip pain, Roy pushed to complete his to do list before we left CAR. He created all these signs to help people understand what they’re looking at as they visit the CEFA farm at Somongoe, even
Upon arrival to Yaounde, we were fed a yummy meal by long time buddies from Congo days, Carolyn & Jeff Stoker. It was so good to catch up on all their family and work news. Then we spent the next