Sunday, October 02, 2005


I was able to go camping in a game reserve in Gabs to celebrate the Independence of Botswana. It was very nice except for all of the thorn bushes I ran into, they are dangerous. I was able to see lots of animals like Impala, Kudo, Warthog, Muskrats, Eagles, Ostrich but my favorite was the Giraffe. Here are a few of God's beauties I was able to enjoy. We even had baboons come and steal food from our camp site. This week teaching has been going well but it is hard to relate with the nationals they see me as a White American so maybe after some time they will see who I really am. There is a Prize Assembly this week and I was asked to help out. Praise God the teachers and administrators at the school have accepted me as part of their staff. They take good care of me and some even sit in on my classes. Thanks for your prayers and support!


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At 11:25 PM, Blogger Savannah Smith said...

...just beautiful Crystal! I cannot imagine what it is like to see something so unique and so special as the scenery in those pictures and I thank the Lord for bringing you there and preparing the opportunities so that you could be there for such a time as this! I continue to pray for you! I love you and miss you!

At 10:54 AM, Blogger Shilingi-Moja said...

I like the picture of you (?) on the rock. Looks like a beautiful place. One of the new Botswana j'girls gave us your blog address.

Bob Allen

At 3:26 PM, Blogger Jimmy said...

great pic of you there and yeah I am sure the scenery is awesome!


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