NTM has been working in the Kuman tribe for many years and the missionary I went with has been working there for more than a decade himself.
Not everyone uses the word “highway” to mean the same thing.
Here are 10 pictures we hope you enjoy viewing.
Tonight Elizabeth made some tortillas and we had our first Papua New Guinean Taco Night.
If you’ve been leaving comments on our blog, thank you. We love to read them. We would also love it if your picture showed up next to your comment–it makes it even more fun and makes it easier to tell who is commenting (particularly if your name is Kelly, Ashley, or Matt.) If you want…
Today, for the first time we walked around outside our fences to see what’s there.
Today I got my driver’s license. As you might be able to tell from the picture I could have made my own with a printer and laminator and saved 90 Kina. But it probably would have been an obvious fake since I would have tried to get the lines straight and all the information inside…
Yesterday* we got to eat lunch with some friends of ours from our time in Missouri. They live here on the base full time because Mike is a pilot who flies people and supplies in and out of “bush” locations (in an helicopter.) Here we are enjoying a delicious meal: And here is their view…
It’s taken us a few more years than we ever expected, but we are finally in Papua New Guinea. We have settled into our little temporary apartment and are currently trying to adjust to the new clock. I wonder how many mornings we will wake up at 4am before we start to adjust.
Our temporary home:
Our front yard:
Our backyard (facing more of the base we are living on):