Flying into Nairobi, Kenya on a commercial flight.
Stephanie and I as soon as I arrived in Tonj, Sudan.
MAF flight leaving Tonj with the previous teachers and Stephanie.
Hannah, Sabet and Suzy's daughter, picking flowers at the compound.
Agum's hands holding a flower from a Kalachuchi tree.
Kalachuchi (Plumeria Acuminata) flower on the ground in Tonj, Sudan.
Sabet tearing through the Sudanese flats in the Land Cruiser.
IDAT sticker on the Land Cruiser.
Some of the pastors on the porch during a break between classes.
Pastors hanging outside the classroom.
Some of the pastors acting crazy outside their dorm. They are in their zone.
Santino (a pastor) and I.
Pastor portrait after the six week study.
Atwill carrying the first brick made in the compound.
Standing in the rain.
Partially disassembled generator.
Dirty generator piston. You can see the combustion leakage through the rings.
Cleaned generator piston.
NASTY generator head and valves. The carbon was an eighth inch thick. The oil ring was full of sludge and stuck in the piston allowing oil to pass by.
Cleaned generator head and valves.
The toad that ate the cricket.
Stephanie learning how to make a panoramic photo with my computer.
George, Stacie, and I hanging out at the well.
Mama Sabet at the prayer walk with the kids.
Hannah and her friend walking at the airstrip.
Sunset by some Sudanese huts.
Child with sucker outside pharmacy area.
Basketball outreach in Tonj.
We had a volunteer throw up from dehydration while playing basketball and he went to the Land Cruiser. All the kids had to see what the problem with the white kid was.
A kid at the basketball outreach sitting on the truck.
A kid at an outreach. he made this face once and I talked him into making it again!
I had to join him.
A woman getting ready for mealtime.
We had a very gentle mood for our Thanksgiving supper.
Wood bases for metal frames for solar panels.
Solar panels for the submersible solar water pump.
Maguok enjoying the rewards of hard labor: free water!
Donato and a football.
Abraham's bricks covered with grass to reduce rapid moisture release which leads to cracking.
Acting like a goofball.
Just some wires running in and out of the building housing the inverter.