We have almost reached the half way point on our stay here in Zambia. I am really pleases with what we have gotten done so far. The kids are all active in the work here and will be able to remember the contributions they have made. In the hangar we are preparing for the next round of inspections on the two airplanes.
John is flying to Lusaka today for mission business and we are re-leaved. The closest grocery store in 200+ miles away and while there is some food available locally we really needed a trip to town. Staples like butter, cheese and ground beef are not available locally. The list we put together is quite large because it has to last us for the next two months. Imagine trying to do all your shopping at once for two months and anything you forget you will most likely have to do without.
The trip home was not as bad, no rain but the roads were still slippery. Most of the standing water was gone and it is easier to drive down a staircase than up. We arrived home just as it was getting dark, popped some popcorn and settled in to watch a movie.