Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Mom and Dad visit PNG!




These are some shots of Mom and Dad's first trip to PNG. Between the 3 of us, we took almost 1000 pictures. Here are some of the highlights :).

103 comments:

  1. how can i get my garden like that :))

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  2. now that's a view to have. love it!!

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  3. love all thses pics documenting thed trip!!

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  4. yummy. they forgot to bring me back some of those. :P

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  5. interesting! never knew what they looked like.

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  6. mom is getting extra blessed! hehe

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  7. whoa! so did dad fix it in less than 7ish years :P

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  8. funky. did you buys all those nuts or they grow there too?

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  9. would have been good use of all those kleenex she brought :D

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  10. did i mention you all took some great pics documenting what you did?!

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  11. they are welcome at my house! :)))

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  12. do i need to send a white cotton beard? hehe

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  13. Ooh fun to get a pic of all of you together!

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  14. lol didn't notice marshmallows at first - took it as part of the lamp at just a glance :D

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  15. Another awesome pic! Yay for getting so many and with you guys in them! I cannot wait to go visit Robert's church some day. Mom showed me several of the videos she took. LOVED them!!

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  16. It was weird but cool to hear on the video! :D

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  17. America needs to learn from these lovely people on un-selfishness and giving!!

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  18. Well now I see it's official!! :)

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  19. Hope your hands stay warmer over there! ;)

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  20. Another great pic!! You guys thought of everything.

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  21. well thats an interesting creature

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  22. I guess! [ So is that other vehicle in the back stuck?? :P ]

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  23. Hmmm... Not really convinced... :P

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  24. yay for self portraits!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. interesting and beautiful at the same time!

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  26. Now that looks like worth the trip! I want to go!

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  27. darren woULD LOVE THAT. [ GRAYSON LIKES TO PRESS THE CAPS LOCK :p ]

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  28. And do you know exactly what is in it?? ;)

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  29. wish we could have one year round!

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  30. i hope you're not buying lemons lol j/k :)

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  31. What did they taste like? Grayson likes to try new foods!!

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  32. Move to PNG! Or have Meti come to Ohio. But there is no way we are going to give her up.

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  33. I KNOW! The Bennetts have one of the best views. We have a nice flower garden out front, but just beyond that is the big ugly cell tower. Though I am not complaining, because I am thankful for mostly functional cell service.

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  34. Ha ha... yes, the porch is back to where it originally was. If we had more time, he would have refinished it as well. Maybe in another 7 years!

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  35. The peanuts were a gift from a patient. Meti grows them in our garden, too.

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  36. It was the shell of a broken down van. I don't think it even had tires or an engine any more.

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  37. It was EXCELLENT! Mostly because I didn't have to make it :).

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  38. Don't know... don't ask! JK. It is kind of like a pot pie or little shepherd's pie--pastry (pie) shell, ground beef with gravy, topped with mashed potatoes.

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  39. The passion fruit has this slimy inside with crunchy seeds, usually very sweet but this one was a bit tart. It is a bit hard to get past the texture/consistency. Laulau was kind of like a tasteless radish.

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  40. Fortunately, from the sound of it, between the Doenges's and the Radcliffes, they had most of this luggage.

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  41. They don't look like Stephanie's homemade.

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  42. It must have been something pretty funny.

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  43. If you were the only ones there for lunch, who took the pic, which, by the way, is a beauty?

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  44. How does it compare to American? p.s. I love Mug root beer.

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  45. Tell me again what the currency is?

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  46. Nope... they were a special delivery from America :).

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  47. Ha ha... I was laughing at my Dad taking the picture :).

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  48. The waiter also doubled as tour guide and photographer.

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