Awww! I love this picture.
We are just happy to be there.
Helping in the kitchen with Julie and Katie.
Jeff and Laurie were our mission trip team leaders.
They do a great job.
Pastor Victor and Frances our interpreter.
Carter and Daddio fixing up some stuff.
My little friend Francini.
Another little friend that was soon asleep
while his mother was at the Women's Bible study.
Oh, Daddio, you are a cool dude!
2Groovydude getting dirty with the kids.
More getting dirty with friend Dawson.
I think they were actually working, wow!
Daddio soaring (or climbing) to lofty heights.
Lean and mean soccer game with some local kiddos.
More soccer fancy feet.
Ox cart on the way to the zip line.
Yes, they really do use them still.
Stormy, rainy, and cool weather.
Just like I like it.
Our whole zip line crew.
2Groovydude taking off.
He wasn't even scared.
2hipchick ready for take off.
I was slightly more nervous about the whole thing
Go! Daddio! Go!
Zip line platform.
So much gorgeous vegetation.
I just couldn't get over it.
I want all these plants in my backyard.
Little huts along the road to La Paz.
Well, that's what I'm calling him.
2Groovydude making friends with Tucan Sam.
Wow, flashy bird!
Beautiful butterflies in the butterfly house at La Paz.
Sweet treats out for the butterflies.
More butterflies to come.
Love that color.
Okay, so I know this is weird, but have you ever seen a sink
like this? Too, cool.
Water from a rock.
Crazy boys before they were soaked to the skin in the
Now, these cats know how to spend a rainy day.
It totally looks like the center of this flower is glowing.
Was it glowing?
Hmmm, it is now.
My flower garden has never had this color.
Not even close.
Photos from the frog hut.
I do know that we have a local green frog at home.
(See my home page.)
But this little dude outdoes them all.
Wow, color and pattern.
And so tiny.
Here's what we came for, the waterfalls.
Oh, yeah! They were spectacular.
Did I mention that it rains in the rain forrest?
Drops as big as your head.
Yes, we got wet.
It was totally worth it.
I have included a link to the La Paz waterfall gardens.