Every year the Maryknoll Society has a meeting of its members from Asia South, a grouping of countries which have only a small number of priests and brothers in each. Click here to see the trip from Cambodia to the meeting place in Bangkok.
Yesterday I experimented with a collage of small mug shots of DDP staff. It didn’t turn out the way I wanted so I tried again today with another software. This one isn’t perfect but it’s better than yesterday’s attempt.
This is just a compilation of head-and-shoulder shots of a lot of our staff at the annual staff meeting in Kep Province. It was also a disappointing test of a “gallery” widget which groups photos. I was hoping it would not put them in even regular rows. Click here to see the results.
Today was less intense day, a day for relaxing and for the staff just to enjoy being together and being part of the DDP family. Click here for photos from the Kep beach and Kep Market.
Today the schedule of activities was changed to move an awards ceremony and evaluation to the evening so the staff could go to the beach in the morning when the sun was out and there was no rain. Click here for pictures from the day.
Today was a full day of reports and activities geared toward a strong sense of DDP identity. We were planning a roasting of corn on the cob tonight, over at the playing field, but rain during supper scuttled that. Click here to see scenes from the day.
Today all the DDP staff headed south to Kep Province to Shalom Valley center for our annual staff meeting. The bus ride took about five hours with stops and problems with the mud. Click here to see the day.
I confused myself and forgot to put up this last post about the last day in Kentucky and the return trip to Phnom Penh. Click here to learn more.