Posted by: bartandannie | August 22, 2008

A “glimpse” of Honduras…

 

We hear that a picture says a thousand words, so…we’ll let these photos and videos do the talking this week. Next week, we’ll be travelling to a different project here in Honduras for a CFCA Mission Awareness Trip so we won’t be able to update the blog. Expect to hear from us after the trip. Thanks again for your kind comments.

 

We climbed the church bell tower in Antigua Ocotepeque for this picture. The tower is REALLY tall. So much for being afraid of heights!

We climbed the church bell tower in Antigua Ocotepeque for this picture. The tower is REALLY tall. So much for being afraid of heights!

 

Bart heads back down the tiny spiral staircase that leads to the bell tower.

Bart heads back down the tiny spiral staircase that leads to the bell tower.

Annie rests during the hike to a waterfall and some hot springs nearby Ocotepeque.

Annie rests during the hike to a waterfall and some hot springs nearby Ocotepeque.

Living the dream...

Living the dream...

Bart and Luis conquer the waterfall.
Bart and Luis conquer the waterfall.

 

Bart and his soccer team at their first Saturday afternoon practice. They play on a field just behind the project.

Bart and his soccer team at their first Saturday afternoon practice. They play on a field just behind the project.

 

 

 
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Responses

  1. Those are beautiful pictures. It looks like you all are doing well. If I didn’t know you were working so hard I would say you were on a second honeymoon. I hope you all are well and continue safely on your journey of goodness.

  2. Nice job maintaining distance from the dogs Bart…always an animal lover haha

    “Good colors”- lol I love it! Well you’re one up on Ryan now, I don’t believe he has ever installed a generator. Glad you can take hot showers!!!

    Luv you guys!

  3. Leah, Thanks for the comments. It’s always good to hear from you. We’ll try to email soon. We want to know how you’re doing in Texas. Take care, Bart and Annie

    P.S. You know that there will never be another Clarence. He was such an obedient dog. 🙂


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