An Outdoor Wednesday Post
hosted by Susan at A Southern Daydreamer.
Thank you, Susan!
This time last week Mom and Mikey had a day to
explore some ruins of a volcano. Such tragedy
preserved so perfectly. The heat of the lava
baked the clay of the buildings as if in a kiln.
The gift shop...
Mom poses near this pretty tree.
I don't know what kind this was
but it looks pretty to me.
Due to his interest in horticulture
Mikey took many, many photos of the
plants and trees.
Some of these will end up in his
plant portfolio. I am thrilled to
see the variety he captured.
The more I hear about this trip the more I rejoice that
I didn't know the dangers and adventures Mom and Mikey
were facing. While El Salvador is a country with great
beauty and wonderful people, it is a very troubled country
with a huge disparity between the rich and the poor.
Gangs are a security risk in San Salvador.
The crime rate is very high.
It is a relief to find that the people to whom
this team ministered were so thankful and loving.
It is a very good work that Omega Medical Missions
does, here in El Salvador and in Honduras.