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... flats of Ascension Bay. In under an hour we were on schools of hundreds of bonefish ranging from 2-7 pounds. I think the first one I caught was on my 5th cast and for almost an hour I was averaging a fish every three casts. Daurin and Cale were able to wade in and get a bit closer to the fish, which was great because Cale struggled a bit with the 40-60 foot casts required from the boat. We absolutely crushed the fish for the first 6 hours or so and probably pulled out 50-60 between ...
ASL tho, every talk he gives, he will try to sign or act up a portion
of it :-D Along with the outpouring of spiritual refreshment, we've
received a pouring of rain!!! It has been so wet and even a bit
chilli (by that I mean slightly cool) We soldiered on through the
week making the best of muddy roads but Sat morning the group had to
be cancelled since it deluged all through the night and we ended up
with a moat ...
I went outside and there was a man on his own waiting at the gate. He said he had seen me around and asked if I was a pastor or something. It turns out he lives round the corner from us and has seen us often coming and going and speaking to people in the street.
He was clearly upset and wanted to talk to someone about the family problems he was having. He's about 60 years old and had spent many years living in America. He had quite a ...
... all of this, he told me that there were public phones at the first ADO bus station and I could have called from one of those phones. Who thinks of public phones nowadays? Go figure! At least that dilemma was taken care of. An hour later we were on a bus similar to a Greyhound bus and on our way to Chetumal. The scenery wasn't much as there are trees and bushes on either side of the road so you can't see much. Fortunately, they had movies playing on screens ...
... puppies. They have been quite a lot of work but they are very entertaining!
Everything else is going well. This Sunday in Xaibe we have arranged a public talk in Spanish. For quite a few who come Spanish is their first language so we though it would be nice now and again to get some Spanish going. In fact, we wonder whether it might be better having more Spanish; perhaps English in the morning and Spanish in the afternoon. It really depends on whether one of the two ...