Scott and Natasha Flaugher have an important letter for the Elsengs, and want to be sure it’s clear.

Scott and Natasha Flaugher along with their five children are living in a remote village while studying the culture and language of Elseng people.

Recently Scott accompanied a couple of Elseng friends harvesting sago. He has already learned the language and method used in harvesting the sago palm so if he can go along it is a great opportunity to practice the vocabulary as well as building relationships while taking a turn at chopping the sago from the tree.