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It was during the Summer of 2007 that I participated in a mission trip to Africa. This evening, I came accross an old, external HD and plugged it in. Here are a few of the 10K photos that were locked inside. Most of these were taken in Arusha and Moshi, Tanzania.
Fr. Jack Lombardi, former Chaplain for the National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, lead the group. The Church needs more priests like Fr. Jack.
Nothing better than a good back scratcher.
A farmer’s market, Arusha style
Always on the lookout for firehouses. . .it’s in my genes.
Better living through digital photography. This picture was taken the month after the first iPhone was sold. . and the world changed.
Main Street traffic in Arusha. That’s an open sewer at the left edge.
All the comforts of home. It smells as good as it looks.
Some people think these are sexy. Personally, I don’t get it.
I had to go to Tanzania to find this sign. Now, that makes sense, eh?
All is well, until the lions show up.
Ah, the irony.
Our group of pilgrims.
Fr. Jack Lombardi and I after lunch in Hancock, MD, September, 2015. Of course we talked about Africa.