Kiri Mountain Lodge
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... of the ECG.(p1-2)
Loyson collaborated with the ACS "in his effort to recall Frenchmen to the principles and practices of the ancient Galilean Church before it was corrupted by Papal innovations."
The ACS was an ecumenical organization which saw the "hope of Christian Europe appears to rest on the progress of a de-Vaticanised Catholicism and a de-rationalised Protestantism." "It was," Cross emphasizes, the ACS "which master-minded the ...
... and even more a challenge to take a picture of them....cause those damn creatures wouldnt just stand still for a minute! especially the hummingbirds....those little fellows have a serious problem with hyper-activity!!!! Anyhow I managed to have some nice ...
... built out of recycled materials. We were excited to get our hands dirty and learn some practical skills. After listening to Rex speak to us in New Zealand about his desire to build his own house one day with his own hands, and speaking to another man, Shannon, who owe met at Flutterby who had done just that, we've been inspired to consider the idea of building our own house. If we were to do that we would obviously be doing it as sustainably as possible, so working on earth ships ...
... of swimming holes, and we even tried out a mini version of zip lines- only 4 lines with a basic braking system (a gardening glove that you dragged on the cable) and a slightly imposing emergency brake (the tree). The lodge was surprisingly comfortable and the rafting dudes made for pretty good cooks.
The rafting was a blast with DH and Deb P perfecting an air paddle stroke that looked very much like the real thing. I suspect that we hit virtually all large rocks ...
... as well!
As we left the Ujarra area we entered coffee country. Perched on the side of the mountain was a small shop where two men carve things out of the roots of coffee tree. The small gallery was fun to explore and the artists consented to take pics with the crazy Gringas that bought their woodwork. Farther up the road we stopped to cross a 1000' suspension foot bridge. This experience was terrifying. It wasn't so fun to begin with but then when there are 16 people on ...