Makoni East…

We did three surveys in this area for Maranatha Volunteers, a branch of the Seventh Day Adventist Churches…

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What a view! I took this pic from the front yard of an elderly couple I met carrying their maize home from the grinding mill.

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Homesteads are small here, compared with Tsholotsho for example, where eight or twelve houses are all included in a stockade. Probably because in Tsolotsho, lions and other predators roam free!

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Shopping day?

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Look at the size of these rocks, towering over the tiny houses in the valley below.

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Pretty setting for a district hospital.

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OK, OK – I have to get a tree into my post somewhere! I just LOVED this tree, shaped by the lorries that pass this way!

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4 thoughts on “Makoni East…

    • That place was very interesting – the houses very far apart, maize fields big compared with other areas, like Buhera where there are many more people living, often squashed together. The views are awesome – those tall mountains all around. Real pity I wasnt there when the Msasa were out! 

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