Archive | July, 2010

Weekend with the Wilkes

Sweet fellowship

What a refreshing time enjoying the unity of fellow believers in a whirlwind of profitable activity! Times of planning, times of work, times of rest, and times of play, but all of them were times of joy. I wish we had pictures of the volleyball and ping pong! What a joy it was also to […]

Give Me Liberty!

Hillary Clinton got me thinking recently with a decision she made to support a legally binding international treaty to increase regulations on the gun trade. Just what do you think the Administration is up to now? The disarming of American citizens can be achieved by controlling the distribution of firearms. The best way at the […]

A New Perspective

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The climax of our trip concluded with probably the most spectacular activity we could have imagined: a helicopter tour of the city of Callao and the surrounding towns. One of our tour guides has connections with the Peruvian Naval Air Force, so through him we were granted this incredible opportunity to see Peru from a […]

Summary: The Extremes of Peru

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Wow! There is less and less time in the evenings to write. In fact, we haven’t returned to our hotel before midnight for the past few evenings. So, I’ll let the pictures do most of the talking. 🙂 Currently, the country of Peru is divided into two classes for the most part: the rich and […]

Celebrating Independence Day

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This year the Lord worked it out for many family and friends, even our Aunt Ruth from Florida! to participate in the celebration of our country’s freedom. Here’s some pictures from the great time of fellowship and activities.     Our fathers’ God, to Thee, Author of liberty,  To Thee we sing: Long may our […]

Summary: Touring Lima

The interior of a cathedrial on the Plaza

From the Maria Angola Centro de Convenciones across the street from our hotel to the Plaza de Armas downtown, we had a fantastic tour of Lima today. I think the Plaza de Armas was my favorite location. We arrived there at dusk, just in time to photograph the beautiful textures of the intricate architecture.   […]

Summary: A Day in Callao

Restaurant, this way . . .

Today, we drove to Peru’s largest and most important port city, Callao (pronounced Kaw-jhow). For lunch we went out to eat at a very fancy restaurant that overlooked the Pacific Ocean. Many boats were docked close by and large ships could be seen in the distance. The seafood served was just incredible! To finish the day, […]

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