1. Azerbaijan Ana

    Beautiful woman in my southeast village who treasured a late afternoon stroll as i did

  2. Romania A Well-th of Sunlight

    Here's one of many "fontana" which I've catalogued in photos all around Romania...this one bathed in sunlight on a late day walk in Brebu.

  3. Romania Blinding Me with Kindness

    In the village of Catumba, at my home in the region of Moldavia, this November sun welcomed me to begin another eventful day in Romania Peace Corps.

  4. Romania Sunset Strips

    On a warm day in July, this afternoon palette was memorable over a modest home in a village outside of Hunedoara, Romania.

  5. Romania Peace Corps Romania Quarterly Newsletter Excerpt

                     Volunteer Voices Page 11 Winter 2010 What is an American? It seems so long ago, I was sitting in a classroom on the other side of the ocean, having recited the “Pledge of Allegiance” to our flag then opening up a battered hardcover book of World Geography on another Thursday morning at Veazie Street School in Providence, Rhode Island. Back then, I thought about what other kids were doing all the way over in places like, Egypt, Panama, Fiji, or Nigeria. Did they have t...

  6. Romania Legacy of a Generation: The Peace Corps at Fifty

      Where were you in 1961?  It was such a long time ago and many of you weren’t even born yet.  But I was.  And so were many others of us who answered the call to service with the US Peace Corps.  Now, we are some of us grandparents, wanting to leave our own legacies to children and grandchildren.  This life has given us reason to be proud.  When our American president back then, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, spoke at his inauguration to the world, he asked us to look at who we were as Americans ...

  7. Romania My Romanian Holiday

    http://myromanianholiday.blogspot.com    

  8. Kazakhstan The greatest PCV of them all!

    Students at a Rehabilitation Center in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan were given the chance to show off their knowledge of PC and a chance to "become a PCV".  Thanks to a local artist the citizens of Kazakhstan can become that mush closer to being a PCV.

  9. Turkmenistan "Yesterday" in Turkmenistan

    This was for an open lesson in the village of Bereket.  Open lessons are classes where all the English teachers (and supervisors) in the village must attend, and it's followed by a forum where teachers rate and discuss the lesson.  These are the times where teachers must put out their very best lessons.   I aided all of the teachers in lesson planning, and thought what better way than to incorporate a famous English song by our beloved Beatles into the lesson.  After this, songs included...

  10. Ukraine "That Movement"

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