|Firestone farms 10% of the arable land in Liberia.|
|Here is a picture of a Firestone rubber tree field.|
|This field is located in the middle of Monrovia. It is the place where the women came to pray together |
at the risk of their lives with the hope of ending the civil war. It worked!
|A pharmacy in the city of Buchanan.|
|An abandoned gas station. Sadly, these are a fairly regular sight. |
Although new gas stations are popping up.
|An unfinished war-scarred building. It is not uncommon to run across bombed out or never finished buildings.|
|Home Depot in Liberia. For some reason I doubt that they are officially associated with the American company of the same name.|
|A pickle jar gas station. For real. They fill pickle jars with gasoline and sell it by the pickle jar.|
|Here is a pickle jar of gas being poured into the car I rode around in.|
|Monrovia is bustling. And scary. No stop lights with some crazy traffic. Motorcyclists will turn any path, including the one in the middle, into a lane to drive down.|
|Another building going up. The future looks bright for Liberia as long as the divisions that caused the civil war don't creep back up once the United Nations leaves.|
This is part of a series that I wrote showing the mission trip I took to Liberia.
I divided the subjects into individual pages, for ease of use.
Here are a few articles that I wrote upon my return: