1. Madagascar Santa Claus

    Getting ready to make my appearance as Santa Claus at the French School in my town. 

  2. Madagascar Hanging out with my Boy Scout Troop

    I was a troop leader with this Boy Scout Troop in my town.

  3. Malawi Peace Corps Feet

    I sent this home and my family was mortified, not because of the dirty feet, but the unshaved legs!

  4. Morocco Esteban Wakes Up

    Esteban was an awesome cat and probably accounted for a few thousand of my photos during my service. Here is he waking up.

  5. Yemen Shopping at the mall Yemen 1976

    1976 Shopping in "Souk", Covered Marketplace, near Mokha, Yemen where Mokha coffee was originally exported to Europe in 17th century.

  6. Malawi The Rains

    The rains were welcomed by all after months of hot, dry, and dusty days. The children loved hanging out in my house and making popcorn while it poured or standing on my porch to play games during the light rains.

  7. Nicaragua Sweet Shoes

    Every Peace Corps Volunteer misses a favorite food that is not easily available in their host country.  I missed chocolate!  My aunt knew this and she mailed me a 5lb Hershey chocolate bar,  A five pound chocolate bar was quite the attraction in my small town, so we used it as a raffle item to raise funds for the school auditorium we were building.  This building project was my Peace Corps Partnership project,.  The Parent Teacher Committee was working hard to raise funds in Nicaragua to matc...

  8. Mozambique Teacher Amanda with students

    Taking a break with students, in between classes

  9. Ghana Funning with bikes

    My host brother and I were just funning around, taking silly pictures.

  10. Morocco Learning how to weave carpets

    While in Morocco I learned how to make two types of carpets.  This is a pile/knotted carpet, almost always woven in red, sometimes with black designs.  The looms were set up in women's homes so they could work whenever they had a chance.  The women sold the carpets in the local market, or kept them for their own use. This type of carpet would take several weeks to complete.

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.