Norman Carr Cottage
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... on the low pavilion walls or on the floor. Our grill masters cooked the goat over wood and charcoal fires.
We enjoyed classical guitar by Bilton Salawila while the children were given their meals. then the adults were fed begining with the senior citizens. The meal was very good - the goat roasted to perfection with spices that made the taste buds dance. The goat was accompanied with rice (lots of rice!) and a type of coleslaw. It was a ...
... the room. The room is filled with plastic lawn chairs - some are blue and some are white. There are two ceiling fans in the room - one that is broken and one that works on low speed only. The small tabletop lecture was too big to bring on the minibus from the church in Blantyre, so our lectern is two small milk crates with a sheet of cardboard on top, covered by a white cloth embroidered with a hummingbird. It sits atop and eight-foot folding table which is covered by ...
... respect - as well as humility - everywhere In COGWA. I can easily see why God chose Mr. Saliwila to care for the brethren here in Malawi. He is a man of great love, humility and concern for the brethren. The brethren clearly love and respect him as well. Some years they are able to use a facility where they can cook most of their own meals. This will be the first year they will not be able to afford a lodge right near Lake Malawi. The facility they ...
... an open fire for lunch for Lynn and I. Not particularly successful, but Lynn graciously ate her overly fried eggs on partially burnt bread.
After lunch Lynn asked me if I would drive three scouts out of camp a short distance to pick up sheaths of grass that had been cut to thatch huts. A little hesitant at first, Lynn assured me the road (if you can call it that) was not a technical 4x4 drive, so we set ...
... lake and the general perception was that everyone was happy to see me, even at 10 o clock at night. I walked a little more but the music seemed to coming from the opposite end of the beach, back towards where my place was. I walked along the lake shore, eventually taking my flip flops off and getting my feet wet which was easier than trudging through the squelchy sand...more to follow