|After the retreat at Entebbe and a couple of nights at Jinja, I crossed the border leaving Uganda and entered Kenya.|
After a nice visit with Agnes at her home, we squeezed onto a boda boda so I could get to the stage and head to Eldoret.
|After a rest day, I traveled from Eldoret to Fafaral to visit Nathan and Alice over a cup of tea.|
Then Nathan and I hopped on his motorbike for the dusty trip on back roads to visit Deb at school.
|Deb and her dad, Nathan, on the school grounds where she is now attending secondary school.|
Regarding the school's mission statement above, all schools in Kenya seem to have these and paint them at their gates.
|Nathan and I continued on the dusty back roads to Mtoni to visit Ken and Joan plus their daughters.|
This is the spot where I used to have my mud hut, always a source of good memories for me.
|Robai and I visited Samich again, a restaurant about an hour from Eldoret and just on the edge of the Great Rift Valley.|
This time we climbed down the path farther than the last time. Whew... the climb back UP is not an easy task.
|Enjoying the beauty on the way|
|I am not sure what this sign is supposed to mean... other than 'be careful' on the steep slope.|