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.
Our watchman rebuild his room in the traditional northern Ghanaian mud style. Heidi & KJ join the ladies to plaster and pounding the floor.
William practices with his new Fujifilm camera by shooting around the market.
“The swallow says it’s when the mouth is red that the compound is built.” – Mamprusi Proverb
The lunar eclipse as seen from Nalerigu, Ghana.
The challenges of bike riding during dry season.
First Baptist Church Nalerigu ordains 12 new deacons in a special service on Sunday, December 23, 2018.