This past week in Hoover history...
We went on a little camp out at the East Fork of the Pigeon River with the Davis' family. It was great fun to go along on the OLD School backpacking resupply. Nothing like encountering 11 foul smelling guys and gals in the middle of the woods and loading them up with fresh food and snickers bars.
We're really starting to get into the nitty gritty details of getting to Liberia. We're waiting on our visas. We've started our series of oral typhoid vaccine. We're finishing up our sheet that lets everyone know how they can send us packages and letters. So much to do!
This next week we are heading back to High Point for a couple of days before heading to Marion for the water technologies courses. We're taking to the highway again, but we are ready to continue on this journey and finally be heading for Liberia on October 30th.
Here are few pictures from this past week:
Kyle (still not quite awake yet) awaiting his extra cheesy cheese grits.
I'm recalling all of my backcountry cooking skills. I love the MSR whisperlite!
Someone ate too many rocks and dirt then proceeded to fall asleep. Camping is tough.
The OLD School girls enjoying breakfast at the East Fork of the Pigeon River
OLD School boys pounding the nutella. It's like a nutella ad. Everyone looks so happy!
We've had a wonderful time visiting our SWO family. It's been fun to catch up with friends and share more about Liberia and the work ahead!