Week 1: Pictures Kenya

Hello friends! Here are the pictures that I could not post earlier.

http://picasaweb.google.com/s/c/bin/slideshow.swf

I post my pictures usually in a slideshow. If you are like my beloved mother and slightly technologically troubled here is how it works.

    • The slide show will start automatically when you visit the blog.

 

  • Once it shows all the photos it freezes on the last picture. Click on the box in the center (with a play button) to start the slide show over from the beginning.

 

 

  • If you want to scroll through the pictures use the back and forward arrows at the bottom of the picture in the middle.

 

 

Let me know if you have any questions. Have a great day!
RTQ

9 Responses to “Week 1: Pictures Kenya”

  1. Rachel September 12, 2008 at 10:16 pm #

    >I love the pictures. The fish looks tasty (and familiar)…but…should you be naming things you’re going to eat? Seems like it might make you a tad attached.Keep the pictures coming, sir, I love seeing them!

  2. The Tom September 13, 2008 at 3:46 am #

    >The pictures give us a better idea of your new environment. I especially liked the mosquito net and bed. Do you fit in the bed?Love,Mom and Dad

  3. Matthew Thompson September 13, 2008 at 3:47 am #

    >Second week of class has come and gone here at APTS and I miss you. I actually think I was having PT withdrawals and hugged Jose the other day. I hope things are going well, I’m looking forward to following your work.

  4. Allison September 13, 2008 at 4:37 am #

    >I think that it is fun that in the same five minutes I get to see pictures of you in Africa and then go to Brian and Kellie’s blog and see pictures of them in Scotland. How cool are my jet setting friends!p.s. that fish looked scary to eat–i am impressedp.p.s. Miss you friend!!!!

  5. BCDees September 13, 2008 at 1:42 pm #

    >I had a fish similar to that in Indonesia. Quite foul. Arun was quite fond of the heads.

  6. Robert September 13, 2008 at 4:15 pm #

    >Rachel – Good point. I actually told the group the story of the corndog I named George as a child and ate and then started crying afterwords. They were entertained. I will refrain from now on. I miss thee.Dad – No, I do not fit in most beds in the this beautiful world of ours, including that one and the one in which I am currently.Matthew – Great to hear from you. I am sad to not be graduating and finishing my last year with you all. I miss you all too. Please give everyone PT’s love (not necessarily through PT).Allison – Yeah, it’s pretty crazy. I am hoping to stop by and see them on my way home. It was fun for the Dees and me to be moving simultaneously. Although, I believe this caused me to miss out on a lot of free bo-jazz from Brian.Brian – the fish was actually quite good! I didn’t eat the head. We returned today for a second in a lifetime event. (each time we all do soemthing because it is a “once in a lifetime opportunity,” we find ourselves back there the next week. So, we’ve just started numbering them. We are up to fifth in a lifetime in one category. Thanks for your comments! I miss you all!RTQ

  7. Sean September 14, 2008 at 5:01 am #

    >Robert, I love the picture with you and Leopold the most out of all your pictures. Your facial expression cracks me up. Also, your other material is good. Have you been holding a lot of hands yet?-Sean Kerr

  8. A. Noah September 15, 2008 at 2:33 am #

    >Roberto! Thanks for allowing us to travel with you and experience God’s grace at work in the world.May you continued to be surprised by the Holy Spirit.Allen

  9. Wendy November 14, 2008 at 5:35 am #

    >I forgot how you always take pictures with your meals. That fish looks scary though. I couldn’t imagine eating it!

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