Sunday, March 29, 2009


So, after Tagalalt, we went to Mini-Mini to spend the night. Unfortunately it was a very quick trip, I only got to see a few of the women, and I never got a chance to go back before leaving Abalak. It will just have to wait until we get back. We'll probably live out here when we live in the bush. This is the oldest and most developed site that the project works with. This site, and the rest of the valley is where most of the land regeneration projects have been done (if you're interested, I can tell you more). This particular morning we were making a tour of the wells getting water samples for a friend back home. Here are some of the women collecting water for the day.
This is Seidi, the Camel Whisperer of Mini-Mini, with some of his baby camels.

Ever spit tobacco into a camel's mouth?

This is just a little guy.

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