We were there to support ongoing medical and education projects as well as practical motor mechanics and plumbing.
A beautiful day to get there with our direct 2 1/2 hour flight saving two full days of driving.
We went to the site a few days later after they had filled the hole in. It didn't look much but being rocket propelled they reckoned most of it had gone deep into the ground.
Nigel and Paul went off to help install some solar panels for a gate motor.
One of the first jobs was the tracking on a Toyota 4x4.
The church that Nigel and Erin are from are part of a larger group that are raising funds to support various projects and the most recent is a house for two female teachers.
We met the teachers and viewed the progress.
First up was the wood-shop's compressor - that wasn't compressing.
Sharp teeth, lethal sting, lightening reflexes and the appetite of a raging carnivore are all things the African Killer Snail does not have. Still flippin' big though.
While the boys were doing all the blokey things the girls were none less busy.
Erin got stuck into the ladies craft scheme at the training centre and helped out on a treadle sewing machine.
Mercy Air team