Monthly Archives: June 2006

Fruits Of The Land!

Written by: The Bridge on Sunday, June 25th, 2006

This is an entry that a lot of you have been waiting for. I don't really know where to start with this post, there are so many good fruits in this tropical part of God's creation. Something that I find strange is, almost all the fruits around here are green when they're ripe. Everything from oranges, grapefruits, mangoes, coconut, banana, plantain, pumpkin, etc. If it's ready, it's green, not like the different colours that we get back home.

Avocodes are grapefruit sized fruit, with a large nut in the middle. I've never had any  before comi....

Left – Right –

Written by: The Bridge on Saturday, June 24th, 2006

On May 27, Nigeria has a holiday that they call Children's Day. The children get all excited and eagerly await the day. All the local schools go to their local stadium where each school has a special march which they perform. The school with the best marching performance wins the honor for that year. It was quite somet....

Thank You!

Written by: The Bridge on Saturday, June 24th, 2006

A big thanks and a hi to all those who responded to our request for some miscellaneous Items and tools to be sent here to Palmgrove. It was a great comfort and joy to us to see and experience that there are some open hearted brothers and sisters who heard our plea, not meaning to ignore others who support in other ways. We're....

Applied for Help

Written by: The Bridge on Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

Is there a church, family, business or individual who would be willing to respond to these two requests?
If you know someone who might be willing, could you please print this out and pass it on to them.

Palmgrove Community
PO Box.455,
Utu-Abak, Abak AKS
11th June, 2006
Applied for Help
I am writing to ask you for help. Is there anybody who would like to help a young African lady with a Scholarship. My name is Ida....

Building Experiences!

Written by: The Bridge on Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Working with wood is always an intriguing challenge. Out here in Africa, working with exotic woods and without the proper tools makes it even more of a challenge. Eddy Vetter wanted to get a roof built over three of the containers, to keep them nice and dry, that they would make better storage. So, he got a pile of wood for me and told me to get at it. I looked at the pile of wood that was supposed to be two by fours and wondere....