It’s a good thing a picture is worth 1000 words – otherwise these next posts would be exceedingly long.
A visual recap of the summer, beginning with the Péterfalva English Camp:
Our activity one day at the Péterfalva English Camp was field-day competitions.
Two Péterfalva students on a trip to the Tisza river.
Second-Year students perform the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.
Sometimes the skits required innovation, like using a basketball, some paper, and glue to create Jack’s golden-egg-laying hen.
This is the lovely view from the dirt road down to the Tisza River. I walked there just the other day – the wheat’s been harvested and the corn’s grown tall and dry.
In the Carpathians, the remote place at the crest of the road.