We had a bus provided and sang our way to the Kazangulu border post where four countries meet. Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia. Then by boat on the Chobe river to view bird life and animals, a lunch at the safari lodge and then into the Chobe Game Park. We were delighted to
It was a wonderful family time although we missed Stephen’s family and Nathaniel. Friday we had the celebration day with a sun set cruise on the Zambezi. Next day we went as a family into Botswana to the Chobe Game Park. Sunday we were with the believers in Livingstone. &nbs
This is the year for family visits. John and Krista, Titus and Moriah (who we had not met yet), arrived yesterday. We are now on our way to Livingstone to help Mom and Dad Poidevin celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary.
Andrew was able to join me on a quick trip to Chitokoloki. This was a trip down memory lane as Andrew was born at Chit 28 years ago. Lovely to visit where you grew up for the first part of your life. He even got to see Gay, the girl who used to help us in our home.
Andrew arrived home to Kalene May 21st. It was great to see him again. All his practical skills can be used here. He worked a lot on the Bob Cat and loved it. The grounds around the hangar and new house look much better now.
We were privileged to have an overnight visit from these three men from CMML USA. Mr Wilson got back to Sakeji where he schooled 70 years ago and met up with one of his former class mates. We appreciated their advice and comments.
On May 11 I flew Mom and Dad from Kalene to Lukulu. We made a stop at Chavuma on the way. From Chavuma we picked up Joel and Naomi and flew on to Lukulu where Murray lives. This is also on the Zambezi river.