Trey has wrapped up his six weeks with Heidi’s family in Florida and is now in Virginia with William’s family. Here are some photos from his time with the Jensens.
This fascinating and stinky West African plant known as ‘Amorphophallus dracontioides’ is related to the infamous “corpse flower” and has some interesting names.
My friend Zak Jangdow runs a pork butchery & roasting business in town. He’s my go-to source for fresh pig meat. On a recent visit to buy a leg of ham, I took a video camera along so that you could experience the adventure with me.
See the traditional clay frying pots used for making one of northern Ghana’s favorite fried snacks.
Another fun Easter of donkey rides, egg hunts, and good food at Ms. Denice’s in Nakpanduri.
We catch, kill, and cook a giant pouched rat! And it’s just as delicious as all our Mamprusi friends told us.
This coming week we will be sending Trey back to the US to spend time with his grandparents. We wanted to get a family photo before we split up for a couple months and also keep documented the growth of the kids.
Our watchman rebuild his room in the traditional northern Ghanaian mud style. Heidi & KJ join the ladies to plaster and pounding the floor.