It's quite a shock to the system to go from a muggy, +30-ish C African summer to a -30-ish C land of cold, snow, and ice! This is more or less how the progression looked:
Meanwhile back home in Moz the pace is very busy as usual. I'm very grateful to my husband and Barb Wayner who took the time to take and forward the following photos for me to post:
Here, the thatched camp dining "gazebo" (lapa) gets the last section of its floor coated in nice, red wax. This will make it look better and make it easier to clean.Good thing because the mission was visited by some local VIP's like the Comandante
He was teeny, tiny at the time. Here he is with Nurse Keren when he first joined the milk program.
This is him several months later during a home village visit.
Dwight was the one who picked her up, but somewhere along the way she found her way into the Wayners' arms, hearts, and home.
Yeah little Red Duiker...you're not "in Kansas" anymore either!
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