So, you ask, how does any of this relate to the subject of the Equator? Well Masaka is below the equator and we are above the equator. Knowing that Elder and Sister Holyoak would not want to go out to lunch we told them we would take them out. What a surprise when she insisted that we should just eat lunch with them. Well, OK, I guess if you insist. Lunch was awesome. They have been growing their own vegetables and showing the members how to grow some of the things we like in the USA. They only have less than two months so we knew we needed to get down and see their place before they leave.
This is the place where the four missionaries assigned to Masaka live
This is the meeting house in town, the building is pretty large for Uganda
Elder and Sister Holyoak
This is on one side of the road as you cross the equator
Speaking of beef, I love the long horns of the cattle in Africa. We saw these trucks near the equator. They tie the horns to the roof and then riders go on top if the cab is full.
One last shot for your enjoyment...the moons of Africa