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All posts in Zambia

Zambia 2

From Lusaka I made the short trip to Zimba where CUMC (Christ United Methodist Church) is active and where my little brother spent a summer doing medical missions. All the doctors I had heard about from my little brother, Curtis, were back in the States. However, there were two Zambian doctors and I used to opportunity […]

Zambia

The moment I woke up from the hell hole I had stayed in, I jumped in the Landy and put in 11 hours behind the wheel to get to Lusaka, capital city of Zamiba. Apart of me really wanted to backtrack and find Shiwa House as it retains the top spot on my Africa to-do list. However, I was looking […]

Border Crossings and Familiar Territory

I left Myeba, Tanzania and made the short trip to the Tanzanian/Zambian border at Tundoma. I was concerned I was going to encounter a bureaucratic nightmare with the truck having well overstayed the vehicle importation paperwork. However, I walked into the Tanzanian Revenue Authority and painlessly handed over my paperwork and proceeded to the immigration […]

Itinerary

A quick preemptive note before launching into my first post from the road … I know I’ve done a woefully inadequate job of posting updates or in fact anything. I can pass some of the blame on bad Internet / no Internet connections, but I must admit some of it is pure selfishness. I have often […]

The end of chapter one

Hello out there! It’s been awhile: After a good night’s sleep, we all met in the dining room of the guest house and a a good Sunday morning breakfast. Afterwards, I said goodbye to Selinda and Rebecca as they left back for Zimba. I will miss them each very much. Please continue to pray for […]

Long Goodbyes and Lusaka Greetings

I was so ready to be back at the hospital Wednesday. Morning went as usual: devotionals and rounds with Joan. Then I hit out-patient (not very busy today). Last week on Wednesday, I was at the outreach clinic but this week I got to work in the TB DOT (Tuberculosis Direct Observation Therapy) clinic. So […]

Meatloaf, Victoria, Hippoes, Stunguns, Bungi, and Mangoes: Weekend in Livingstone (dont try to get the title)

Around four Saturday afternoon, Janet Sisco Brown and two buses arrived in Zimba. Janet is a full time missionary in Zambia from my church and has recently gotten married. The two buses were filled with 23 missionaries from Ft. Worth, Texas that had been serving in Lusaka for the past two weeks. The group was […]

“Welcome to Zimba. Blink and you’ve missed it.” July 18-21

The night in Johannesburg turned out to be a rough one. I had really bad jetlag so instead of going to bed at 9 ,2pm Central Time, like I had planned, I finally settled to sleep at 3 that morning. My alarm clock did not go off, so again a change of plans. Instead of […]

CW II- Curtis’s Adventure to the Dark Continent

Now joining the adventure, the youngest Wegener yet is about to make the journey to Africa. “Who are you going with?” This is have been my favorite question for the last three months. I am going alone. I have never traveled by myself, and by the way I am sixteen. A little nervous would be […]

Sons of Thunder

I made it.