Katherine: A lesson on faith in Belfast; courage in worn flip-flops

Some of life’s greatest lessons come from the humblest of people ….
Saturday, October 1st started out warm and sunny. The rich blue sky was interrupted only occasionally by puffy white clouds that reminded me of piles of disheveled cottonballs. The Farrers came by our flat at 8:45 to meet us, then we headed off to the north via Stuart Highway in tandem, communicating occasionally by text. … More Katherine: A lesson on faith in Belfast; courage in worn flip-flops

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Getting Acquainted with Darwin

No, the croc’s name is not Darwin … but check out this picture of Elder Buckner holding a young crocodile. First, note the proportionately powerful tail: no wonder they travel so far and well in water! Second, note the fact that this small croc’s mouth is taped shut – for a reason. Even at this size, they can easily chomp off a man’s finger! Cute, huh? … More Getting Acquainted with Darwin