Here's Timothty and his father in their compound's shade structure in Sirigu (a village near Navrongo). As the head of the compound, Timothy's father wears a hand-woven smock with cap, colorful shoulder cloth, tailor made pants, a bead necklace, leather sandals, and a horse tail brush. Timothy is wearing what most young Ghanaians wear: T-shirt, jeans, and his trust pair of plastic slippers (Charlie Worte). "Charlie" is slang for friend and "Worte" is Ga (a language in Southern Ghana) for "let's go." Put together they mean that you can very quickly slip them on and go with your friend whenever he calls.