Salone Entry 11: Photo recap

My aunt Josephine with my infant brother Sinava, meaning "for tomorrow" in Mende
My aunt Josephine with my infant brother Sinava, meaning “for tomorrow” in Mende
Canoes and fishing boats rest in the muddy water of the Bumpe River in the village of Saima.  The local market in Rotifunk, only a mile away, had been shut down indefinitely because of Ebola, limiting the local fishing industry.
Canoes and fishing boats rest in the muddy water of the Bumpe River in the village of Saima. The local market in Rotifunk, only a mile away, had been shut down indefinitely because of Ebola, limiting the local fishing industry.
Pulling our ferry over the Mobang River in Moyamba District. An eighteen- wheeler had collapsed the bridge one year prior, leaving a small wooden ferry as the only means of transport over the wide river.
Pulling our ferry over the Mobang River in Moyamba District. An eighteen- wheeler had collapsed the bridge one year prior, leaving a small wooden ferry as the only means of transport over the wide river.
My host mother, Esther Barthalomew posing for a photo in the parlor of our home.
My host mother, Esther Barthalomew posing for a photo in the parlor of our home.
One of our security guards, Osman,  sharing his optimism of our eventual return.
One of our security guards, Osman, sharing his optimism of our eventual return.

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