This Blog serves as two things: a photo-diary of our lives between 2007 and mid 2011, when we saw some incredible things and met some amazing people; and a reflection of our more normal lives since then.

Tuesday, 2 September 2008

So much for global warming

I understand that the UK has just experienced its wettest August in 120 years, and its coldest summer on record. Here in Liberia, things are only a little better - the last couple of days we've had constant rain all day long, and lower temperatures than we've ever experienced in West Africa. Many Liberians are walking around in thick coats. On the ship, the air conditioning is still working and the temperature is definitely chilly (compared to what we're used to) so we are all walking around in jumpers and fleeces...its very weird. Olly

1 comment:

Vicky Warren said...

Dear Peet Family,

I spent the morning reading your blog and about the amazing work that you are doing with Mercy Ships and it was nice to visit your cabin tour. My dear friends-Woody and Robin Hopper-boarded a plane this morning at 7:20 a.m. in Los Angeles headed for Monrovia to serve with The African Mercy for the next 2 years. They are scheduled to arrive at the ship at 9:00 p.m. on Friday. I would be most appreciative if you would have the opportunity at some point over the weekend to greet them. Thank you for the work that you are doing with Mercy Ships.

Vicky Warren
MissionCalled