Tomorrow we close out our time in Miami and head south to Key West. There's no telling what kind of internet access there will or won't be there, so posts might increase or cease altogether.
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Not too many new pictures today--it's getting hard to fit in downloading pictures among all the activities. We do have a couple, though--of a couple of Cameron guys modeling some clothes from a clothing bank, and of one of our groups at Farm Share, a multi-service organization that serves farming families.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Here are some photos of our trip through today. Blogger is being spiteful, so for now these are presented without specific comment. They are roughly, in order, us from the First Plymouth parking lot through our first day of work (with groups 1 and 2 at the Camillus House soup kitchen and shelter; note the vegetarian youth minister holding a giant hunk of meat), last night's concert by Peruvian/Andean band Kuyayky, and today's jaunt to the beach. And Linda found a coconut! They've named it "Lumpy."
Monday, July 5, 2010
The High School Mission Trip has landed in Miami! We're about 24 hours into our annual mission trip, and we've already had quite a lot of experiences. No pictures yet, since the cameras are still "out in the wild" with the youth, but so far today our youth have worked at Camillus House (a homeless shelter and soup kitchen in downtown Miami; picture at left, and web link above) and with children of farmers in Homestead.
Also on the week's agenda: working with seniors at an Alzheimer's day care, working with nuns at another soup kitchen, and much, much more!
More pictures will be coming soon, as soon as we get the cameras up and running. Tonight's agenda: taco bar and an authentic Andean band! It promises to be a wild one.