Picture time

“A picture is worth a thousand words”! It’s been great to add pictures to the most recent reports from Taiwan. You can click here to see them or go to Home:Archives by Author:Donald.

And here are some more! The first six were taken during the two weeks of camp: Courtesy of our faithful translator and assistant Douglas Chen! The last three are miscellaneous pictures from earlier in the year that bring back special memories.

Each team had a special presentation for the last largeDoctor, I got bitten by a snake!

Rebekah and Lauren-Reinforcements from KinmenIt was also good to see Eric from Summer Camp

Our authorities are like a lighthouse in lifeA card trick after lunch

The enthusiasm of the children

Street scene in Hualien county

Aboriginee in festive attire

5 Comments

  1. Michael February 21, 2008 at 8:20 am #

    I really enjoyed those pictures, indeed worth a thousand words. It is a joy to see God blessing your work.

  2. James February 21, 2008 at 11:00 am #

    It is so good to see your pictures… and pictures of you! And that is an amazing chalk drawing of the lighthouse. Keep standing alone, taking pictures, and drawing chalk art!

  3. Don and Donna February 23, 2008 at 7:42 pm #

    Donald, we would like to have a digital copy of Picture #6 sent to James for the album he is putting together for Bud and Betty’s 60th wedding anniversary.
    BTW, is that card trick the “One down … One up … Is that your card” trick?

  4. Donald February 27, 2008 at 5:23 pm #

    No, I’m afraid I’ll have to see that one one more time before I can do it. This card trick was simply the “Pick a card, put it on top, shuffle them up … Is that your card?” trick 😉 And by the way, the Taiwanese jacket in that picture was a special New Year’s gift from Mr. Sun and is one of the warmest I’ve ever worn–They say the silk retains heat really well but can still “breathe” in the summertime.

  5. Robert March 1, 2008 at 8:13 am #

    Donald, thanks for taking the time to upload these pictures! It allows me to picture what you’re doing there a whole lot better. Keep being an energy-giver!

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