Monthly Archives: September 2010
Here’s a snapshot of the group at our departure from Greenville-Spartanburg airport last Thursday. Thanks Julie!
Here’s a quick video from today’s singing at Naledi Baptist Fellowship. Don’t worry, it’s not us 🙂
We all got a long rest last night and I think we have acclimated fairly well to being in this time zone and recovered from the travel. I personally was sleeping very soundly when the breakfast knock came at 0800. … Continue reading
We climbed Kgale Hill with the ADBC crew this morning and took a quick look at the feeding station construction site. This is the base and it’s almost 3 1/2 feet deep in that hard black Africa dirt. I know … Continue reading
I can’t sleep too much more. Really excited about being back here. Our host is up preparing breakfast as I check emails and enjoy the company of one friendly Siamese cat 🙂 It’s chilly, low 50s but the quarter moon … Continue reading
We made it to Gaborone, a huge delay in J’Burg. It’s after midnight and we just got to the lodging. Really nice accommodations here and I’m ready for a long hot shower. The union strikes in South Africa caused some … Continue reading
We are now in South Africa. Good flight for most of us – but, we made it. A short transit to Botswana is next. One more step! Kealeboga modimo!!!
We are now all on board the big plane(777) and ready for takeoff. We had a great meal at TGIFs…no need to break a streak 3 years running of eating there as a team before the long flight. Everyone is … Continue reading
Ok, we are all on plane #1 heading to ATL. The stress and anxiety ease by the minute!!!