Saturday, September 13, 2008

Bashu Village and Picathartes Sanctuary

























































































































































































7 comments:

Pamela McLean said...

The most interesting of all pictures on the blog is the one in which you were backed to cross the steam followwed by the one you were on the bike.. The two pictures tell a lot of story.First the picture in you were backed shows your concern for security, because as a visitor you dont know the dangerous part of the stream.Secondly, by backing you it shows that the community welcomes you and are in harmony with your mission to the village.
The second picture tells that no matter the situation,place or condition, you are ready to go to any extend to reach out to people in the rural area.
Our names are:JIBRIN PERRY MONDAY
AYO OGUNTOYE
We are members of Learning by doing blog as beginners.
we are interested in acanuckamuck.blogspot.com, to hear from you soon. GLENN DODGE

Ayorinde Oguntoye said...

The most interesting of all pictures on the blog is the one in which you were backed to cross the steam followwed by the one you were on the bike.. The two pictures tell a lot of story.First the picture in you were backed shows your concern for security, because as a visitor you dont know the dangerous part of the stream.Secondly, by backing you it shows that the community welcomes you and are in harmony with your mission to the village.
The second picture tells that no matter the situation,place or condition, you are ready to go to any extend to reach out to people in the rural area.
Our names are:JIBRIN PERRY MONDAY
AYO OGUNTOYE
We are members of Learning by doing blog as beginners.
we are interested in acanuckamuck.blogspot.com, to hear from you soon. GLENN DODGE

September 29, 2008 4:31 AM

Jibrin Perry Monday said...

The most interesting of all pictures on the blog is the one in which you were backed to cross the steam followwed by the one you were on the bike.. The two pictures tell a lot of story.First the picture in you were backed shows your concern for security, because as a visitor you dont know the dangerous part of the stream.Secondly, by backing you it shows that the community welcomes you and are in harmony with your mission to the village.
The second picture tells that no matter the situation,place or condition, you are ready to go to any extend to reach out to people in the rural area.
Our names are:JIBRIN PERRY MONDAY
AYO OGUNTOYE
We are members of Learning by doing blog as beginners.
we are interested in acanuckamuck.blogspot.com, to hear from you soon. GLENN DODGE

September 29, 2008 4:31 AM

Jibrin Perry Monday said...

The most interesting of all pictures on the blog is the one in which you were backed to cross the steam followwed by the one you were on the bike.. The two pictures tell a lot of story.First the picture in you were backed shows your concern for security, because as a visitor you dont know the dangerous part of the stream.Secondly, by backing you it shows that the community welcomes you and are in harmony with your mission to the village.
The second picture tells that no matter the situation,place or condition, you are ready to go to any extend to reach out to people in the rural area.
Our names are:JIBRIN PERRY MONDAY
AYO OGUNTOYE
We are members of Dadamac Learners.
we are interested in acanuckamuck.blogspot.com, to hear from you soon. GLENN DODGE

September 29, 2008 4:31 AM

Ayorinde Oguntoye said...

The most interesting of all pictures on the blog is the one in which you were backed to cross the steam followwed by the one you were on the bike.. The two pictures tell a lot of story.First the picture in you were backed shows your concern for security, because as a visitor you dont know the dangerous part of the stream.Secondly, by backing you it shows that the community welcomes you and are in harmony with your mission to the village.
The second picture tells that no matter the situation,place or condition, you are ready to go to any extend to reach out to people in the rural area.
Our names are:JIBRIN PERRY MONDAY
AYO OGUNTOYE
We are members of Dadamac Learners.
we are interested in acanuckamuck.blogspot.com,we need to hear from you soon. GLENN DODGE

September 29, 2008 4:31 AM

magen doris said...

All the picture are interesting but the most interesting is the one u were backed to cross the river that's shows your concern for security, because as a vistor you don't know the dangerous part of the stream,and this show that the ccommunity people welcome you to their community.the second picture tells that no matter the place,situation and condition you are readly to go to any extend to reach out to people in the rural area. my name is Magen Doris
member of learning by doing dlog as
beginnr and interested in acanucKamucK.blogspot.com to hear you soon. GLENN DODGE

asdisley said...

Great Photo's, I've done the whole Bashu Picathartes experience, a wonderfull journey, unfortunately I had my laptop stolen not long after returning and so lost all my pics. Going back out next month, looking forward to it immensely, your photo's brought back some good memories!