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New and improved.
I helped build the original gates in this location in January 1995. Of course, they weren’t this fancy and there was no brickwork before either.
A wonderful job! Congrats Brass Tacks!
This is a satellite image of Musenga Mission Station near Chingola, Zambia. This is where the containers of donated items get unloaded for distribution.
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A casual walk, an inspiring view. This photo was taken of the Sakeji River valley in Northwest Province in Zambia during the dry season. We were also hunting for shindwas at the time. A shindwa is a small red fruit that grows in the ground so you can see the red shell poking through the surface, the plant stem grows about 3 feet (1 meter) tall and has broad leaves at the top of the stem . The fruit has a white bitter/tangy pulp with black seeds; a tasty treat if you could find one. I believe it is the young fruit of an African ginger plant, if anyone could verify that.
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