Don't forget to vote, and road trip pictures.

I go on these long 8 hour road trips to visit friends, for camp, for other reasons. Ethiopia is all sorts of beautiful. In the south its luscious green and rains often while the northern area where one of my friends stays is dry with lots of mountains and spectacular sunsets. My bus rides are gorgeous at least from what I remember when I am awake to see it. Theres often an unspoken war between me and anyone around me. I like the windows open. All the way. Most Ethiopians like the windows closed for whatever reason, but once I have the window seat I keep mine open. Sometimes I fall asleep and wake up to see it closed and open them again, and so it continues.

Driving through Southern Ethiopia sometimes feels like driving through the mountains in Southern California, before the drought of course. Theres a place that feels just like Mulholland drive and the driver steers the wheel just as roughly and fast as drivers back home. Naturally I find myself praying through that part, and feeling blessed to be alive afterwards.

Here are some pictures I have taken on my drives to visit the sisterhood. with my shutter speed, flash fast.

Driving into Soddo

Driving into Soddo

Mountains on mountains

Mountains on mountains

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Gojo bet art at its best

Gojo bet art at its best

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donkeys everywhereeee 

donkeys everywhereeee 

K this one Is not from a moving car.

K this one Is not from a moving car.

Okay guys last day to vote is 15th. Plss don't forget to go on peacecorps fb page and vote for me! Thankks