Me, my brother and my grandparents with a beautiful fall tree in Covington,
I was really glad my mom was driving when I was on my way to the Atlanta
airport, otherwise I wouldn't have gotten this photo of a Hapag Lloyd
tractor trailer with the word "Taliban" written in Arabic
on the back with spray paint. Dear Hapag Lloyd, did you know someone
is writing "Taliban" on the back of your trucks with spray
I saw this mole digging a hole in a sandy patch at Ghost Ranch.
I caught him in mid dirt-fling this time.
Sunrise on the mesa.
Pretty blue skies.
Sarah, Teri and Jennifer... my fellow Egypt volunteers.
We all broke up into small groups to talk about our experiences. Just
in my group we had volunteers who went to Hungary, Kenya, The U.K,
Guatemala, Miami, FL; and Egypt.
Beautiful mountain ranges
The four Egypt volunteers that could attend at Ghost Ranch. Teri,
me, Jennifer, and Sarah (with the sucker-fish mouth)
It was amazing to hear the many stories from all of the YAVs who went
all over the world.
The folks who went to the Phillipines could all fit into a traditional,
garment that is used for many utilitarian reasons such as holding
a baby, a blanket to sleep in, and a surface to eat off of.
I thought this was funny.