I can but begin the list: a rich, nutritious soup with your noon meal, the cool evening breezes that blow across Quito, the smells of frying foods at busy street corners, the sunburn you brought home from Papallacta because after all, it was cloudy while you bathed at the hot pools.
I repeat; I can but begin this list. YOU may feel free to add, either in the Comment section or if you find this page a challenge (I still do too!) then drop me a line in e-mail. Who will write of the rain in Shell?
I have been interviewing Wycliffe’s Neil and Ruth, who worked in another part of Ecuador, translating the Chachi NT plus Genesis and Exodus. Neil wrote of the mid August dedication and accompanying reunion of families and friends who came back:
“Although August is one of the drier times of the year, we experienced several downpours that satisfied the cravings of all the MKs: hearing the heavy rain on a metal roof. this was dutifully recorded for later playback as white noise. “
An internet page won´t give you the complete Ecuador Experience, but collectively and over time with YOUR contribution to the description of this fine country . . . well, maybe we can make it rain. Relieve your daily stresses with a little “white noise” from Ecuador. Thanks!