They can only carry about 16 potted trees plus tools each trip.
The walk takes about 15 minutes, the path is steep and has a great view of the Port Margot valley.
The garden is next to forest that grew up on former garden land at the top of the small mountain.
Since the garden is on the northwest slope of a hill, the sun doesn't dry the ground much this time of year.
On Tuesday Cory and Jean Pierre went to Cap Haitian to deliver more fruit trees to the Deep River Mission guest house.
He also brought Konsey II and Konsey for Kids books that will go to 5 Lutheran churches and schools.
A truck with 4 police met Cory on the road near the guest house and thought Cory lived there.
We are thankful to have had good relations with the police in Port Margot. The Cap Haitian police were out getting to know the community.
|There are a few young mango trees to graft new varieties.|
There are many new houses being built in the area.
Cory offered to translate for the owner so they all went into the yard and they did introductions.
They were friendly and asked if anyone in the area was causing problems.
Cory gave them each a Konsey II book.
The guest house now has a wide variety of Haitian and introduced fruit trees that guests will be able to learn about and taste.
Post by Cory. Sorry no pictures from Tuesday, which was also the 6th anniversary of Haiti's most recent big earthquake. Today marks two years since our adoption chart entered IBESR...praying to exit.