I know, it borders on animal abuse, but I'm afraid she insists he goes everywhere with her.
Popping wheelies with the Lebanon Mountain Range in the background
The farm is still in Jesuit hands, and as such, nothing has changed much in the lay-out of the land. No trees have been cut during the war, no ugly buildings went up, and it was not used as garbage a dump. These Jesuits are old school, and very much into the ecological side of agriculture. A Dutch priest, Father Brouwers, has been part of the agricultural team on the farm for as long as I have lived in Lebanon.