You should have seen his smile when I showed him the photo! I don't think he had ever seen a picture of himself!
 Imagine living there!
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 beautiful little wonder
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 You could spend all day taking photos with these children
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 Here is the view from the front porch of one home. wow...
 somebody's gotta move this stuff!
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 a glimpse of the generations
 we stopped to pray with some Christians along our way and gathered quite a crowd of curios onlookers.
 In the villages, everything is done simply
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 While we were panting and resting with our fancy trekking backpacks, we were passed by these well conditioned locals!
 runaway bush!!!
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 We started our trek from somewhere down in that valley. I took this picture from our halfway point
 I remembered to get infront of the camera this time!
 close friends
 baaaaaaa!
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 This beautiful woman is named Kamni. She had been living in a stable on the outskirts of the village after she got too sick to leave six months ago. She was hardly able to eat or walk and one of her ears went deaf for 3 years ago. We had the privilege of washing her feet and praying for her. Jesus completely healed her and she walked down the mountain and ate dinner with us!
 This is the stable that Kamni was living in for six months
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