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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
September 16, 2010 8:10 pm
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Our Africa night in California was a bit intimidated by the multilane interstates of Orange County CA but found a joyful home in the Ford’s back yard. The grandchildren purchased rice and beans from the shade tree market using Uganda Shillings as bargaining power. The all day backyard fire between the three stones cooked those beans to perfection so that all were begging for tastes “again”. Babies strapped on backs, new African dresses, hand washing with pitcher and basin, common food tray, fingers for feeding utensils, Arabic and Swahili words, and lots of children’s questions made it a very memorable “Africa Night”. A safari for hidden African animal carvings topped it off before dark. Notably absent were insects, mud/dust, peering neighbors, and black skin.

Precious memories.

September 3, 2010 3:53 am
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It’s all a matter of perspective. Might as well laugh.

Actually these are not our Byler photos. We drove on this road near Rumbek, Sudan, when it was a bit drier and maybe smoother. These days we are on paved roads in Uganda and one week from tomorrow (Sept 11) we will be on Orange County interstates! Wahoo! No mud there.