Thursday, January 11, 2007


A few months ago I talked of slowing down, of trying to once again appreciate the beauty and fascination of the life around me. It's something I shouldn't need to remind myself to do - no matter where I'm living. But things were becoming routine - waking up, going to work, coming home late, etc., and then starting all over the next day.

One attempt to do this involved walking to the camp more often. I live a 20 - 30 minute walk from the camp. And my efforts to make this walk more regularly have been sometimes extremely successful - last week I was able to walk 3 times - and sometimes not so successful - last month I think I walked 3 times.

Last month was hectic, though. A bad excuse for not walking, and a good reason to walk more often. The problem is that it's sometimes not an option - the truck is needed for the work I do - and I am the driver.

So, not much writing this time - just a lot of pictures from my walks. Some of them appear foggy - it's the Harmattan (and more to read here).

Cool bug
termite mound (and garbage pile)

A Harmattan Sunset


At 10:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have just discovered your very interesting blog.
I am Elise's sister. I think you know her because she volunteers in the clinic on camp.
Congratulations for the work in the school for the deaf.

sorry for my English ;)

At 10:06 PM, Blogger Rick said...

Wonderful photos! I am excited for a first hand view.

At 10:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you Steve for sharing your photos. You are a great blessing and wonderful missionary. Thank you for all you do for our Ghanaian and Liberian brothers and sisters.
You have really touched the lives of so many in a life-giving way.
God bless you always.

At 6:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is my first time to sit and visit your blog, and I am gratefully impressed and excited too. I will make more visits here and tell my friends about this blog too.
Keep on the GOOD work brother and there you will find your blessing as well. I think helping people can be a joy for the helper sometimes, and I want to believe that you are having fun doing it.
There are many of us that will miss you working here, or if I may say, in Africa. Plz come back!!!!!!!!!


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