Introducing the Video Journals of Flex and Felita's Adventures!Everyone needs a traveling companion or two, so I would like you to meet my pals Flex and Felita. Some of you may remember Flex, my Gumby-like frog who went to Uganda with me the last time. A gift from my mom, Felita is a little brown bear and is a new member of the team. I hope to regularly post videos about Flex and Felita's adventures. Here are the first three "episodes" and make sure to stay tuned. : )
June 15, 2011 - Safari VideosThese were taken during a safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda in December 2010. We saw a lot of animals in the two days we were there - so amazing!
Hippos in Kazinga Channel
Elephants seen along Kazinga Channel
Ugandan Cobbs - there's a bit of "head knocking" that goes on.
Elephants in Queen Elizabeth
A male waterbuck
Young adventurer - David - 1 1/2 yrs. old
I just created the above video using Stupeflix, a free YouTube application. I just picked some random Ugandan photos and selected an "island theme" from their selection of "soundtrack" music. I laugh every time I watch it because I think the music is so funny. Enjoy!
P.S. Though I titled this "Me in Uganda - In One Minute," the actual video is only 30 seconds long. But you can watch it twice and that will be one minute. : )
Anyway, here are some other videos:
Part 1 of a video tour I did of Lingira Living Hope Secondary School on Lingira Island, Uganda. I took this April 24, 2011 - Easter Sunday - the day I left the island to return to the states for furlough. Check out Part 2 below.
Part 2 of the Lingira Living Hope tour - April 24, 2011.
This video was taken in March 2007, shortly after the property, where Shepherd's Heart now sits, was purchased. A little less than four years later, I returned to this same spot and some amazing things - buildings, beautiful gardens and more. God has done incredible things with the ministry of Shepherd's Heart (www.shimuganda.com). See the next video for how the property looks now.
Shepherd's Heart today - April 2011.
Stay tuned for more videos!