A Few Ghana Photos
Finally, I have a connection that supports the uploading of photos. I’ve left this blog a little lonely for a few days so I could slide back into my own culture without a lot of technical distractions, but seven days is enough. I’m not exactly having withdrawal, but I feel that I owe the blog a certain amount of attention. I think it gets cranky when left alone.
I’m getting reacquainted with air-conditioning, smooth roads, and bright lights at night. I am glad to be home, but honestly, I would hop on a plane next week to go back. Erin loved the trip, but I don’t think she’ll be hopping with me. She’s quite happy with the air-conditioning, smooth roads, etc. So I’m taking Kyle.
Here are more photos. I’ll be posting more on the “Photos” page above later this week. Thanks again for your prayers and comments on the blog. I took 949 photos, so be glad that I’m not forcing them all on you. But if you come to my house, be prepared. It might be a long evening.
Fishing community at Cape Coast
With my sweet new friends, Kadir and Maria
Erin and I with Adu (Samuel)
At the market where we bought water each day after tutoring