After an suffering the insults of playing puppies, the blazing Sahara heat and wind through 1,000 kilometers of desert, the 52 fruit trees arrived–only a little the worse for wear–at the garden in Indoudou. We made the plan, dug the holes and will fill them with soil and organic matter to rest for a couple of days and then–they will finally have a new home.
Linda Lamb (niger 2002)
Leslie! How wonderful to see you in your most valuable–Nutritionally speaking–MORINGA TREES. I planted my tree on your birthday in August and it is now 2 feet tall! Pretty good for a tree grown from seed. Of course now today it is 90 degrees in Camarillo California! So it thinks it is in the Sahara…ha ha
Miss you but I know what Fabulous work you are doing… be strong for all that u do!!!
Thanks Linda–can you believe I now have wireless at my house in Agadez–big change since you were here.
It is only nights and weekends, but works great!
Keep commenting I love to hear from you.