Leslie O'Tool and the gang enjoy a break with some cool and lukewarm beverages.
Leah Lyman Waldron with a new young friend.
Leslie O'Tool hitches a ride with Ben-Geedeon Mosepi of The Fuller Center school in Bolomba.
Ryan Iafigliola, Pierre Maloka, David Snell and the Rev. Eliki Bonanga.
Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure founder and Director of International Field Operations Ryan Iafigliola just can't stay off a bike.
Waterfront on the Congo River.
Children in a pirogue near the Congo River waterfront.
Leah Lyman Waldron talks to friends Mbandaka.
Congo River ferry boat.
Leah Lyman Waldron with the Rev. Eliki Bonanga
Gifts of onions, pineapple, bananas and a live chicken for The Fuller Center representatives.
The Honorable Pierre Maloka, deputy to Parliament from Bolomba.
In Bolomba, Kirk Lyman-Barner and David Snell share a copy of the Americus Times-Recorder featuring a story about Millard and Linda Fuller's work in Mbandaka in 1973 that launched the affordable housing movement.
Repairing a flat.
The road to Bolomba puts our pothole problems in perspective.
Hospital in Bolomba.
Children in the Ikalemba River.
Leah Lyman Waldron, left, and Leslie O'Tool, right, with a friend in Bolomba.
Loading onto the ferry at the Ikalemba River in Bolomba.
Pirogues in the Ikalemba River.
Fuller Center houses in Bolomba.
Leslie O'Tool with friends.
Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell now has his own avenue in Bolomba.
Greeting upon arrival in Bolomba.
Home built in the early 1970s during Millard and Linda Fuller's mission in Bokotola, Losanganya.
David Snell talking with friends.
Leslie O'Tool and Ryan Iafigliola meet new friends in a village while a tire was being repaired.