|Deb, named for me, is the only daughter in the family. She's now 11 years old.|
|There are five boys (L-R): Levis (3), Sammy (9), Bravin (7), Laban (14), and Clinton (5)|
|The whole family, including Alice (Nathan's wife)|
|It was so good to see Nathan again. I must not let such a long period pass before my next visit!|
|Margaret enjoying the outing|
|It was quite apparent that 'wazungu' (white people) |
don't make it to this interior village very often!
|A portion of the over 30 curious children that gathered from neighboring houses to see me.|
Just another day of my life in Kenya!
|Too soon it was time to leave. |
Nathan and another motorbike taxi friend of his took Margaret and I to the stage at the highway.
|We had no choice but to get going, as rain was fast approaching!|
|Back in Eldoret: Bishop and his grandson, Elisha (Eli)|
|It was great to see Robai again, as she was on school holiday.|
|Another evening, also with rain clouds forming|
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I also paid a brief visit to fellow-missionary, Elaine, at Malava in the Kakamega area.
|The kids on the compound enjoying a game of volleyball|
|Once again, the rain clouds rolling in cut our visit short.|
I returned to my cottage (for the night) via a 'boda boda' (motorbike taxi) and made it just before the rain hit!