These are cute little pigs as part of the piggery unit at the Compassion project we were visiting. Have you ever had a pig blow snot on you? It’s really gross.
Creation Festival The Tour: Nathan Parrish from Worth Dying For and I created this video for some fun and to show what a great time the staff and bands had on the tour. Watch for cameos from Trevor of Thousand Food Krutch and Dawn from Fireflight.
Filmed, directed and edited by me: Brian Crow
It is well known that Water Buffalo are mean and they will attack humans. So, when we stopped and harassed this poor guy, I thought for sure that he was going to come right through the thin metal walls of our Toyota van. Also, if you make a noise like a whip, it get’s their attention.
I appreciated the votes of confidence from my safari-mates. The best one was Eric Timm who said, “Oh man Brian, you’re dead.”
This is video of an older giraffe we saw on our safari. Our guide informed us that the older they get, the darker their fur becomes. This one was nearly black and was estimated to be 20+ years old.
On the way out of our Safari, I asked to fly the ‘little plane’ which was a 4-seat, twin prop plane. It was a wild ride for me since I don’t do really well on airplanes anyway. The pilots took us around the falls in two tightening circles, the final part almost completely vertical.
This is part one of the Murcheson Falls adventure.
In this video you’ll see the second set of falls, or left set, or whatever it was called. Sorry, I can’t remember. Our lovely river guide dropped us off at the side of the Nile river on a tiny path and instructed is to ‘start walking’. I guess it was supposed to be a short hike. Oh, and our guide who was supposed to meet us on the path and protect us from the nasties, fell asleep and didn’t meet us. So I am sure that we looked like some nice, white, tasty treats tromping through the Ugandan country-side.
Incidentally, it wasn’t much further up the river from where we saw the ‘big croc’, monkeys, hippos and other dangerous creatures. All-in-all, it was a rewarding and tiring walk.
Here is a new video from Ethiopia. We drove about two hours to get to this small village 150km Southeast of Addis Ababa. After we were greeted by the project choir, our little group went into the church and were welcomed by the pastor. Our translator and Compassion employee Dimici did a great job. Compassion is doing a great job partnering with the local church to provide child sponsorships.