Young women attending initiation school
Young women attending initiation school in Dalewe.
Northern Basotho women wear white, Southern Basotho women wear red predominately, so do Xhosa women.
Photo by Faye Farmer

Ha Mpapa school
Ha Mpapa Primary School. The view from my back yard at Ha Mpapa.
Photo by Faye Farmer


Photos from Pretoria Holiday Inn, after the evacuation, October 1998

F.E. and Simon
F.E. and Simon
Photo by Nina.
Nicole, Michael O'Neill, F.E. Farmer, Bekki, & Linda, hotel  in Pretoria
Nicole, Michael O'Neill, F.E. Farmer, Bekki, & Linda, hotel in Pretoria - post pool drinking festivities. People who were leaving got hats made by Linda H., Willa, Richard and F.E.
Photo by Faye Farmer

1. Julie Faulkner(UU), 2. Mark Lancaster (from Tucson)
1. Julie Faulkner(UU), 2. Mark Lancaster (from Tucson), 3. Bekki Chaplin 4. Linda H., below Linda is Rich and next to him is Linda P. This is before we started belting out the Lesotho National Anthem in the hotel lobby. (Oct 98)
Photo by Faye Farmer

Phil, the cat.

Faye's cat, Phil, happy in Tempe.
Photo by Rich Caldwell

F.E. in Durban

F.E. in Durban.
Photo by Linda Pinfold

Faye and Linda Houck
Faye and Linda Houck at Cool Runnings, a reggae club in Pretoria where 75 Peace Corps Volunteers took over the club.
Photo by Linda Pinfold

F.E. and Lind P.
Faye and Linda Pinfold at Cool Runnings.
Photo by Linda Pinfold

The Friends of Lesotho report that 49 of the 70 volunteers evacuated from Lesotho have returned to their villages.

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