This last week my maintenance standardization officially started and will run till early October. One very neat aspect to being here is meeting up with friends again whom we've met in our last year and a half of preparing to serve with MAF. Represented in our standardization class are folks from Australia, Canada, Ecuador, and the US. Soon, the six of us and our families we'll be scattered all over the world in our respective programs. In fact, each one of us are headed to separate countries: Ecuador, Indonesia, DR Congo, Kenya, Central Asia, & Mozambique. Quite the mix!
Yeehaw! Joint the ATV Association - Kuna Chapter! This must be the local organized crime. Funny, I didn't see any snowmobile club. I must say though, we were recommended to come back down to Kuna because they have an awesome Mexican restaurant...they were right, it was smokin' good!
Some random pictures of the kiddies playing out front of our place.
Simon wrestling in his heart about whether or not he should use this wet sand for good or for evil.
Helena made her own personal not-so-hot tub one evening out of the toy bucket. Just the right size!
Out two girls nappin' in an air conditioned home during the heat of the day.