Pictures

 

People have requested more pictures.  Right now that is easy for me because Tucker takes loads of pictures everywhere he goes with his lovely, gigantic camera which takes terrific pictures. He is so generous to share them!

That reminds me to give you a link to his blog: http://andersontucker.blogspot.com

He has a brand new view of our work here in the mountains.  It is interesting to hear his views!  I noticed that he is also a prolific writer!

 

BletJaw with his wife, WaNayPaw and Jonathan!

BletJaw with his wife, WaNayPaw and Jonathan!

 

Jonathan is Mr. personality

Jonathan is Mr. personality

 

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Jonathan is clean, he knows God and has god-fearing parents. This is not the case with the children we visit in our surrounding villages. My whole heart goes out to all of them- all the time.

 

Tucker with some of his friends.

Tucker with some of his BYT friends.

 

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“Refreshing” swim on a hot day in a glorified mud-puddle in LaGlah village.

 

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Complete with mud slide and cow dung.

 

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BletJaw skillfully ran over this wicked looking one with the truck. Better than meeting it camoflaged on the trail!

 

Happy lady in MeDeLeeGwee village

Happy lady in MeDeLeeGwee village

 

Another audio Bible in the hands of a seeker after truth!

Another audio Bible in the hands of a seeker after truth!

 

A curious bull on the mountainside

A curious bufallo on the mountainside

 

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Precious one from GeGhah village

 

Sweet children!

A BYT girl.  All the children are  sweet!

 

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A LaGlah village sweetheart

 

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SoRaChi

 

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WaSuTa boy in my clinic with bronchitis

 

 

I am not overwhelmed with paper work.  No Joint Commission comes to inspect my policies and procedures and write up recommendations!  NO! All I do is keep a log book and then file individual cards on each patient.  The cards are filed alphabetically under the village name.  Blue cards = men, pink = women and yellow = children.

I am not overwhelmed with paper work. No!  There is no Joint Commission to come and inspect my policies and procedures and write up recommendations! NO! All I do is keep a log book and then file individual cards on each patient. The cards are filed alphabetically under the village name. Blue cards = men, pink = women, and yellow = children, making it easy for me to find when I need them.

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