Few things say “we’re on a jungle mission trip” more than monkeys and macaws.
Apparently, mission trips are hard work.
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, here are some (nice) choice words about the team from Ecuador 2012.
This post continues a series of my favorite photographs from our mission trip to Misahualli, Ecuador in May of 2012. Specifically, here are several shots of the people who went on the trip…
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that didn’t help much in English class.
Now, however, there is no word count requirement or final grade on the line, so I’ll be posting several of my favorite shots from our church mission trip to Ecuador.
The mudslides had carved deep furrows in the earth and the trenches remained; reminders of the fragility of life.
Clouds hung low over the green patchwork mountains as we passed the artificial canyons dug by mudslides in 2001.
The serpentine road flowed like a river of asphalt through the crags of the Ecuadorian mountains. For hours and hours we sat, the well-appointed bus cradling us in relative comfort as we wound our way down from Quito’s 9,350 feet above sea level to the 1,500ft elevation of Misahualli. The morning had brought a huge […]
Thank God, the journey was uneventful. (NOTE: Ecuador 2012 posts will be more informal and conversational since I’m writing quickly as often as I get internet access. Don’t expect Pulitzer-prize winning journalism, just some notes from the road 🙂 From loading the rental cars in Fort Myers to checking bags in Miami, the Stateside leg […]