As you probably know, Kim and Jonathan Hall moved to Honduras on Dec. 31st. It’s an exciting time and we are enjoying getting to hear about Kim’s experiences as her family adjusts to their new adventure. Hearing Kim’s stories has prompted Trish to reflect on her own early days in Honduras. So, picture it… Honduras 2001.
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At least on the prairie, folks grew their own food. In Savannah Bight, almost no food was grown. The food was brought on boats, which would scarcely be worth mentioning if those boats had been equipped with refrigeration! To quote Trish, “The cold foods were a bit suspect.”
Trish went on to describe a little of what she saw and it’s safe to say she is the master of understatements! “The cold foods were a bit suspect” translates to: You might show up to a boat where the deck was covered with blood and previously-frozen chicken carcasses sort of slow roasting in the sun as they awaited delivery to the grocery store freezer. Other details have been omitted to protect the squeamish.
|Photo from www.dirt-to-dinner.com|
It’s difficult to sum up those early adventures in one blogpost. Stay tuned for more memories from Trish!
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