Looks like Miss Mya and Alex are on a field trip visiting nurseryman Usina, mandated by the other kids to choose the mix of fruit saplings for some new orchards at Hope Sakuma, their sustainable farm.
And the kids choose Gambia coconuts, orange and butter pear (avocado), guava and sweetie-sap (sour-sop) and they can't resist some of each of the Guinea mango, Cherry mango and Labè mango.
Coming along for the trp are Ibrahim and Med, two market gardeners from Potoh, neighbouring Hamilton, learning with Miss Mya how to plant the saplings from Usina before the Potohmen head to Sanda Magbolotor for rainy season to expand our vegetable production.
After all their hard work the kids enjoy a slap-up meal en-route.
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