iSTEP Tanzania

Livingstone’s Long Lost Cousin?

Posted on: June 18, 2009

Okay, so we’re all hard at work on our various projects over here in Tanzania, and those are going really well.  But in my free time, I’m busy trying to see how much I can resemble Dr. Livingstone.  Here are the pictures; you be the judge.CIMG4096-smallCIMG4153-small

Can you guess which one is me and which one Brad snapped at the National Museum?  Oh, also, I would like to note that Brad, being destined for a career in model photography as he is was giving me directions such as “sterner, sterner! You’re in Africa! Africa is full of elephants! You hate elephants! Sterner!”  I think I look pretty stern.

Oh yeah, and last weekend was my birthday, which was pretty awesome.  We celebrated with a second trip to Kipepeo beach, which was as awesome as ever.


2 Responses to "Livingstone’s Long Lost Cousin?"

Happy Belated Birthday!
Brad’s Mom

you two are long lost twins

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