This is "Faustia" the vegetable and fruit lady that we frequently buy from.
She is all so friendly, and loves to tease.
I took this for Joe, The first we have seen in 7 months.
Were not sure what they are for, because nobody can give directions
well enough to get them where they would be of use.
We and the other couples are trying out an Italian place called L'italy.
The food was OK... a little pricey, but the ice cream is really yummy.
These are local "Apples" as we are told. They are really sweet, slimmy, and have big black seeds.
All in all they are not too bad once you get by the slimy feeling.
Our new pantry that we bought on the street for about $60 American.
We kept all of our extras on a shelf and that didn't work so well.,
Not quite a years supply.
Some tidy elders enjoying cinnamon rolls because they
keep a clean and tidy apartment.
This is Elder and Sister Preator from Cody WY.
They are the office couple.
Check this out... there is even a choice... decorated large, or a plain small.
They are the only two we have seen.
Chinese Date Honey... I'm not sure if you give it to your sweetheart
before the movies, or if the bees only like dates.
More honey that is a lot lighter than we usually find here in West Africa.
These were found at an oriental store here in Kumasi.
I think this is a leg from some sort of bird. Can you imagine eating chicken leg from a bag that has traveled on a slow boat and then sat on a shelf in a hot store forever?
Speaking of birds, we spotted these on the way to Mampong
this morning. Every little sound and they went off in a gobble.
If they only knew that Turkey day is only 2 weeks away!
Hay "Pretty Lady"
Fall is always for farmers, here is the local MF dealership.
A few posts ago I showed a picture of some nice ladies that
were peddling pots on the side of the road. Today we noticed that they were all smashed.
Not sure what happened, a car, a truck, taxi, or unsatisfied customer but what a mess.
Last but not least, here is a picture for the Hornes in Nampa