Monday, July 28, 2014

Trip to Ghana Training

View out the window of our room of the Elmina Slave Castle. 

View of the ocean from our room.

Our trip to Kakum National Park.  The entrance sign and littering sign.  The only no littering sign we have seen.

Left is Elder and Sister Pack, Sister Cannon and one of our leaders, Fred.  On the right
is John and Elder Cannon.  Two other while couples.

Others in our group.

We ventured on a scenic walk.

John with some of our group.
Marsha waiting her turn.

This is one of seven rope bridges we crossed.  The view was magnificent as you can see.


The first person on the left  is John Korentang our area leader with members of our group crossing one of the bridges
and John was fascinated with the bird on the right. 

Harvesting bamboo along the road.

Piles show different grades of gravel that is obtained by
women working with a hammer on a huge stone to
get the various sizes.  It is so much work,.

Another example of the crushed rock that is hammered by hand.



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