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Hard ride 400km from Dolisie to Brazzaville... Relentless corrugated dusty roads. thank goodness for the Chinese! They've compacted some sections in preparation for tar! Would be more fun of I wasn't nursing my welded brakes! No fuel on route for 400kms, a bit of a stretch! No stations open on Sundays, Had to resort to file from bottles on the side of the road...oh joy! Got into brazzavile ...
... everyone come by and greet us. It was so nice. During the service there were several choirs and many different groups that got up to sing. While we sang, there was dancing and moving around. It was super loud and lively. During the offering time, the entire church (us included) actually did a Congo line dance around the entire building.....which was big. It was choreographed and everything. It was so ...
... and watching them worship and participating with them is an amazing experience. I wish I could bring you all with me to church here one Sunday. :)
The kids are both taking photography this semester and they have captured some pictures of a few of the beautiful tropical flowers found here in abundance. Pictures don't do them justice. There is a tree here with blooms like smell like Chanel perfume. ...
... it out. So they often calculate very finely and drive with nearly empty tanks all the time. This driver had miscalculated.
The car shuddered and the engine stopped. Pushing the clutch in, the driver tried to coast as long as he could, attempting to get as far as the next street corner. We just must made it, and stopped before a makeshift filling station; that is a wooden stand with bottles and containers of various sizes, filled with gasoline, diesel, premix for two-stroke ...
... together. We had so much fun just being out and laughing and enjoying eachother.
You are probably saying to yourself "there is nothing interesting about going out to the grocery store and fabric store." But see, that is where the life of a missionary is different. It WAS exciting. And exhausting. :) So, I write about it only to let you know just how much our life here differs from life in the USA.
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