From the Maxwell Family, serving in Niger, West Africa

Maxwell Ministries 5432 Theresa Way, Livermore, CA 94550 ..........................May 2011.......

 May is one of the hottest months of the year here in Niger. Temperatures reach 120 degrees outside and 100 in our house. Being hot is just part of living here. Keeping cool is not an easy thing to do with many power outages and few air conditioned places. This month in Niger News for Kids, we are going to share with you some of the ways, we keep cool; what we eat, what we do, what we see and what we think about hot season.

Keeping Cool

Get Wet!

Taking a plunge in
the river

Water party with the kids
from the orphanage

Hot Season Favorites

Tampico cubes
in
Sprite.

Refreshing!!

Yummy!

Fresh Mangos

It gets really hot on our concrete roof—
this is what we see from our rooftop.

A View From Our HOT

Rooftop

On our roof—
water
towers
&
a generator
house

The empty lot
next door

The empty lot
next door

The empty lot
next door

Ladies selling in
the road

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