|Looks beautiful but this road through the cane field was just the beginning|
of testing Tom's 4-wheeling agility.
|Prizes go to those of you who can figure out why this fall is named, "#7"|
|Tuliana's constant cheery playfulness made everything fun|
|Tuli's friend, Mere, was a wonderful addition. Along the way she kindly (but unnecessarily)|
worried about Annie's climbing safety. On particularly steep slopes she would give a little
bum boost to "steady the aged grandmother." Such sensitivity!
|When our movie camera quit working (water, battery, or . . .?),|
Mere's faithful assurance was; "Don't worry, I had a prayer and Heavenly
Father will bless it." And by the time we returned home, it was working.
|Our first full-view of the falls|
|Our faithful and fearless guide, Lalesh|
|Tuliana was first into the falls|
|Tuliana's father, Tuvusa, joined in the fun|
|More about Tuli in our next blog . . .|
|Ginger "on the hoof". We also dug fresh curry root.|
|All cleaned up and ready to enjoy. Soon gingerbread aroma was wafting through our |
apartment and for just a minute we thought we were back home.
|We hated to leave #7 but the weather was changing and Lalesh|
got uncharacteristically concerned about our welfare. Soon, we were dodging
lighting bolts and raindrops as we munched on fresh sugar cane stalks.
|A great adventure, special friends, |
and a fresh perspective on our side of the island.