In this issue we present the second and concluding installment of Mr. Jackson's diary of his and Mr. Robert Morton's baptizing tour of the African continent. We pick up the story with our men driving through the jungle flats of Rhodesia to the Zambesi River camp site where the first Feast of Tabernacles in Rhodesian history was observed! THE drive through the hot jungle flats of Rhodesia was no different than driving across the desert flats of the United States. Two-lane, black-topped ribbons of asphalt arid favorable weather conditions permitted us to drive at high speeds. Our only slowdown was for animals crossing the road, or to look at animal families as they trudged along the road foraging for food.
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