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... of rain, coupled with some cracking thunder and lightning storms.
The rain is needed badly here in Turkey as we have only had a few inches
of rain in the last eight months. This has had a bad effect on the local
olive picking, with the crops down some 30% on normal levels. Now however,
as I am writing this we have just had nearly two inches of rain overnight so
that is good, well for us anyway.
The week started well with England playing ...
... across the lands and be soldiers in faith for the Lord. In closing, Paul tells them "Stand firm therefore, having girded your loins with truth and having put on the breast plate of righteousness, and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace: in addition to all, taking up the shield of faith with which you will be able to extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.
... in leather and given an opportunity to display the goods! Quite fun. Unfortunately I didn't record it - not sure what happened but was so caught up in the moment that I didn't realise I hadn't pressed the record button!
The only people who bought anything were the Goans, and they were very generous - bought a jacket for each of their children. Sorry to say - Debbie, John, Julie, Zack - you weren't so lucky!!! The leather was beautifully soft and ...
... which kept us comfortable. Georgia and Christopher spent most of their time swimming with Uncle Jan. One interesting thing about the beach is that there was a steady stream of people selling food on the beach. They sold corn on the cob which they rolled along the beach in a cart. They also sold simit which is a ...
... hill where there are roman ruins. We were able to see the remains of many structures, the foundation made of arches, and the theatre which seats 9,000 people. The cools thing about it is that they actually let you climb around and actually touch the ruins - it isn't all roped off. It was my first time seeing anything like that, and Mal said it was better than any of the ruins she saw in ...