As mentioned in yesterday's post, Doug, Jill and Shane adventured with the best of 'em. We had a few days and we packed it full. And Jon and I talked and talked and talked some more. Whew. Someone to listen to us! ;)
Hiking up the mountain to the left of our pasture was breathtaking. I had never hiked it before but Jon had and we decided to when there were other men to carry The Littles. It is a very short hike but a bit slippery, almost instantly gratifying because of the brevity and views.
Doug worked with Little A. As they came down the mountain, she started to talk and told Doug she thought she might fall off the mountain and maybe scrape her knee and crack her head. :) Oh, my little planner.
We had some fun cultural experiences. It was fun to have guests who were excited to try new things.
Eating at a restaurant in Injibara.
Hmm. What piece of meat would we get? Mystery solved.
The tibs (beef) is served over hot coals.
The Littles enjoyed their time with Doug, Jill and Shane, soaking up the attention.
Trying passion fruit at the Project.
Experiencing the market
Meeting shepherd kids.
Doug, Jill and Shane, we are grateful beyond words for your visit (and all the goodies you brought!) and had such a wonderful time sharing this new place we call home with you.
Bringing two worlds we love together was fantastic and we can't wait for you (yes, you dear reader) to come visit, too! :)