Easter 2012
Apr 13, 2012Public
Photo: Kaylee's first time using her new flannelgraph!! Doing the Triumphal Entry.
Photo: Easter lilies made from tracings of their hands
Photo: I caught Lydia eating my newly bought gum. She had 7 pieces in her mouth and that's the 8th in her hand. The next day, she got up on my desk and killed off the last three.
Photo: We sprung for white eggs, so we could color them better. They cost $4.28/30 as opposed to the usual $3.14/30.
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Photo: On Good Friday, I (Nathan) left to go camping with the church
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Photo: We rode in the back of the truck about 20 miles, through the heart of Cochabamba, then out to our campsite.
Photo: Getting close to our destination, Pairumani Ecological Park
Photo: Setting up camp
Photo: My "tribe's" camp. The whole group (36 tents in all) was divided into 6 tribes that cooked and worked together. My main contributions were the tarps and rope, a hatchet, machete, and 4lb sledge that got very well used by everyone. Also, I loaned the two tents on the left to friends, as I would be sleeping in the hammock.
Photo: Guido and Daniel setting up the kitchen for their tribe
Photo: Wood-cutting crew
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Photo: The coolest part about Pairumani is the water works, both canals and tunnels
Photo: Wood-cutting crew
Photo: Wood-cutting crew
Photo: Wood-cutting crew
Photo: Wood-cutting crew
Photo: Setting up the stove to heat some river water for yerba mate