the front entrance to mama and papa’s house
cassava : drying out in the sun. one of my favorite foods in rwanda.
see link below for more information about this root.
CASSAVA = YUM
THEY HAVE A BABY COW: AMASYHOGORE! (many female cows)
yep. feeding the cows. i knew this would happen.
probably one of the biggest cows. ever.
papa leading the way on his home tour.
they’ve been working on this for a couple of years now; slow by slow.
papa told us to take a picture together.
the cutest. pacy and baby christmas (she always used to wear a santa shirt and so christina appropriately named her)
It’s a big house, y’all.
….Kamonyi had a tractor working on the roads?
still one of my favorite views in rwanda.
papa and his kids. grace, simon pierre, and dani.
back together again.
they are so adorable.
visiting papa’s milk cooperative.
he’s the co-op president, no big deal. that means he leads a group of about 25 community members in pooling their earnings and products from milk. they have built a great little shop on the top of the hill in town and this is one of the machines they use to process the milk.