Odds & Ends

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Pickleball with the Jensen’s on Saturday morning.

 

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DeeAnn with our friend Ardi, the security guard

Making noodles at the local market.  And they are VERY good!

 

 

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Carrying little bottles of propane used by the street food carts
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This sign indicates the train car is for ‘women only’

 

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Most train stations make you walk up and over – here people just cross the tracks
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I have no idea…..
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The entrance to our apartment.  The angle is so severe that if there are four people in the taxi, it will scrape bottom every time!

 

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Plaza Semanggi charges 5,000 Rp ($.35) to use the ‘short-cut’.  Otherwise, it’s another 20 minutes around the long way
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the shortcut
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DeeAnn’s new friend
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Joseph Mak (Bishop Ricky Mak’s son) is our translator at Church.  He leaves for his mission to Salt Lake in October.
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Typical family of 4 – hoping they don’t drop the kids.
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Not sure what “Pizaa” is…..
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Jewelry for sale at Dr. Titi’s – made by poor women.  She is trying to help them be more self-sufficient by teaching them jewelry making so they don’t have to pick trash. 
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It’s coffee harvest time – these are coffee beans drying in every yard 
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Carrying feed for his cattle
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Grandma and grand-daughter

 

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