While traveling across the border from the north, I stopped in Bolgatanga and asked about where I could stay. A young man invited me to stay with his extended family here where I slept on the roof. Several adobe round houses for the extended family are joined together by an adobe wall in a large compound. Some have thatched roofs, some have flat roofs. The chicken have nests built in the walls for their protection and the cattle are brought into the compound area at night. This living style is a favorite of anthropological studies. They honored me by butchering one of the family chickens for dinner which we all shared and we took this photo. They identified themselves as a "Holy Family" because there were proud to be Christians living in a Muslim area. In the morning, before I departed, I had a breakfast of millet flour stirred in to warm water. This was one of my all time favorite days in Ghana.