bikes – our principal means of transportation
sharing the road with 18 wheeler semi trucks, cars, motorcycles, other bikes, tractors, horseback riders, and farm carts pulled by horses, sometimes all at the same time.
getting our meat from the butcher. he cuts, slices, or grinds it while we watch.
getting our veggies and fruit on Friday’s from the veggie man, with his truck and trailor
veggie day is always fun
really big ant hills
yes, they bite.
friends in our house every day
for a quick floor clean-up – wrapping a rag around the long handled squeegy and running it across the floor
but on the day of the week that you actually CLEAN your house, you scrub the floor with soap and water and a broom.
then you throw water on the floor to rinse.
and squeegy it out the door. stepping around sudsy water in the street is typical during the work day.
frying fresh farmer’s cheese for a snack
rice and beans with our meat. i don’t want to make anyone jealous, but meat is really good and cheap and plentiful here. the price of really quality beef here is the price of the lousiest beef there. 🙂
rice and beans with chicken
rice and beans with our fish. not going to lie; we are eating pretty good here. 🙂
but when we get in a hurry – it’s eggs with our rice and beans. 🙂
That’s our current normal. We like it.
We know a lot of things will change in a couple months when we move again, but for the moment we feel at home here and we are thanking God for this leg of the journey.