Thursday, May 8, 2008

Through the eyes of a visitor

Shannon and Chris, from the current team, let me download their pictures to my computer. Here are a few random shots of Honduras, as seen through the eyes of a visiting team member.

Allen and Russell syphoning diesel from one vehicle to another on the team's incoming trip

Stopping to buy snacks along the roadside

Team presenting a puppet show at a very rural school


Suzanne said...

I am a VERY adventurous person but seriously, that bridge is the scariest thing I've ever seen!

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Trish said...

You know, Suzanne, the team did NOT have to cross that bridge. Those men you see on the bridge were only there to show off . . . and two of them are MY men! Sigh.

No way would you find ME on that bridge. Well, unless I had no choice but to cross.

Grateful for Grace said...

I love that you posted the photos of Honduras 'through a visitor's eyes' because it really does show more of your life. Things become 'normal' to you and therefore you don't post them, but for a visitor... that stove, the cattle, the siphoning- all are unusual to see.

BTW, I hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day!

Honduras Sprout said...

Great photos. grateful for grace is right about the normal thing.