|A cute little girl at the well we were visiting in Mukuno.|
|This young man was also waiting. We see kids, people riding like|
this very often. Maybe it is more comfortable!?
|Could not resist this heavy load as he went past! No place to|
sit and pedal! I wonder how far he will have to go?
|Before we got to the house we stopped about 50 yds away for final|
instructions on the proper manners. Too bad it was all in Ugandian
so Ralph and I did not understand a word.
|The 2 men on left are the officiators, from each family. Women|
in from our Dora's aunties (bride to be) with the grandmas in the
back and brothers on right.
|This is the first time to see Emma's sweetheart. Dora is in the|
middle, in blue and gold with very fancy hair, auntie on her left
and younger sister on right.
|Emma's sister presents the beginning of the gifts. A small suitcase|
that was never opened. Clothes, I think.
|Sister, Emma, and fiance.|
|Unloading the truck! I was surprised how easily these men could|
walk in the gowns over sunday trousers. It was a hot day!!
|The little kids outside the door, enjoying their cousins.|
|More aunties and cousins wait outside. I think the house was|
|A fancy flower that is an empty pod. I wasn't told the name.|