Saturday, March 29, 2008

On to Kenya

We have stayed in Tanzania much longer than we anticipated. We were
truly blessed by our stay there but it was time to move on. As I
write, we are on a bus to Nariobi, Kenya where we suppose to start
this year of African adventure. We are being hosted by Carol
Chenoweth's family who work in Naibori wiht USAID. Carol is a member
of Mentor UMC who made me a great bag out of African fabric that I
have been using on a regular basis. The political unrest in Kenya has
been settled and we are going to travel to Kisumu to see the clinic
that Danny's friend and colleague Bonyo has started. We hope to also
visit a UMC mission at the Maua Methodist Hospital.

We ended our time in Tanzania in the Moshi/Arusha area where we were
hosted by Mwimbe's family the Kamm's. They were amazing hosts and
more friendships were made. We spent three days on safari with more
photos than are reasonable to post on our blog. But now, back to our
purpose for travel, visiting mission sites and discovering the need
for aid work in Africa.

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