Tuesday, April 8, 2008

TONS more pics of Mexico!

Cute little girl washing her own clothes. (she reminds me of Tessa when she was little :)


The project! These are the two houses, the one on the left is Hector's family's. The one on the right is his Aunt's. That's a little shed thing in between the two houses.









The mattress the little boys found and are dragging toward us to do tricks for us while we eat lunch on the tracks.


Our audience when we first got there.











The inside of the brick wall kitchen we built (still in progress)







At the real Mexican restaurant. Momma I'm on the phone with you :)



Walking on their sewer pipe. It was stinky and really high!







They put on a wresting tournament for us all with their Nacho Libre masks they bought.



This was in the wall at the end of the hall where we stayed. A Mexican religious tradition story thing. I don't remember the whole story. But I think that's the Virgin Mary.





Two little girls walking arm in arm home from school. They all wore uniforms.






This is like their grocery store in the little town where we were building







Their bathroom, no shower- just a hose/pipe coming out of the wall.



I loved this mom. And her little one room house was so immaculate and clean in a dirty kind of way. Her kids were so dirty, with dreadlocks of mud. She loved the SO much.


This is someones side yard (in between houses)





Where they wash their clothes.


and shoes..



Everywhere you went, you would see the Mexicans always carrying around a Fanta bottle. Not just a little 16 oz. bottle, but like 3 liters. Even the little kids.


This is the barrel outside where Hector and his family kept their clothes. The sweater she is wearing is the one she gave to me to wear when she saw I was cold. And tried to get me to keep.







The kids walking to school on the sewer pipe.


Carlos. (one of my favorites!)





Sergeo. (another one of my favorites!)















The stream. (Garbage everywhere)






The clock on the wall in Hector's house.






This is where we stayed.


Baboosha!



















Making the cement.

6 comments:

Jade said...

You guys really got some good shots! I am glad you had such a great experience. You need to take pics of Logan, your roomies and Utah State before you come home and post them!

mom/caryn said...

What marevelous memories you're buidling!! Both for you and the families you're helping. Thank you so much for taking the time to share some of what your'e living with those of us stuck at home with our insecurities about going out in the world. I love the woman you're becoming Sarah!

Thad & Summer Stott said...

Zions was so much fun!! And yes I am super super glad that we did Keyhole, even though it was freezing water!! hey you need to update your blog. Love ya!

The Mann Family said...

Oh my gosh! I didn't even know you went to Mexico. It looks awesome. What a neat experience! You'll have to tell me all about it sometime. By the way, your blog is awesome. Mines a work in progress, but hoopefully with Jade's help I can bring it up to par. :) Luv ya!

Trina said...

I love your blog, it's so pretty. The pictures of Mexico are fun, you've added more. I can't wait to see the pics from Hawaii that you'll be putting on it. You're awesome!

Jennifer and Erich said...

Sarah Beth Stott I had no idea you had a blog!!! Oh I'm so excited to stay in better touch with you! Love ya girl, looks like you're having the time of your life!