I cannot keep up with all the things that we are doing. So, I’ll be giving a view of what we are seeing and doing as I have time. The potograph above is a common sight this time of the year. Cherries are sold all over this city, piled on top of fold out tables near bus stops, and sometimes on cloth mats streched out on the walkways in clear view of the passersby. Or like the vender in this picture he has piled a large mound of cherries onto a small truck bed attacked to his bike. He’s chosen to sell his goods at a busy intersection under an overpass. We drove into the country today and on one roadway we must have seen twenty or thirty venders scattered along the way and they were all selling cherries.