|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.|