Zimbabwe, Gweru, and Aunty Babs.

My cousin recently visited her mom, my 93 years old aunt in Gweru, Zimbabwe, and sent through some pics. They really capture the mood and living conditions in Zim. Its basic and much changed, but there is certainly a charm. I can’t wait to return for a visit.

Aunty Babs filling water bottles.

A boat and a car no longer running, but yet still functional.

Box of money that no longer has value. 250 000 000 Zim Dollars 🙂

Cleaning a fish from the dam for dinner.

Dear Aunty Babs, my dad’s oldest sister, the oldest of ten. She’s a wonder.

With my cousin Berri. I know theses are family shots, but so lovely and insightful, and from a country loved and cherished and hopefully on the bounce back. Wanted to share them.

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