We packed the jerky in several boxes along with medications and supplies - eleven boxes all together.
Taped up and secured the boxes were shipped off to James in Freetown via USPS Flat Rate Priority (the cheapest way to ship).
Nine days later, five boxes arrived. Yet another two days and James receives notice that the remaining six boxes had completed their journey to Freetown safely.
|Little Miss Vicki helps open the boxes shipped from Taylorsville, KY|
As the NHA Board Members were meeting on Saturday of last week, James was able to report that everything was intact. The solar lights were not broken, everything came in just as it was shipped especially the jerky.
|Miss Vicki poses in front of some of the jerky packages|
James has now begun to distribute the jerky to many people in Kabala, the villages and in Freetown who are eagerly waiting its arrival.
What a treat the jerky is....