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Jay | Susan | Alex | Beth | Samantha
March 18, 2009 3:03 am
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Victoria arrived Sunday, after a looong flight from California.  She managed to stay awake through the day until about 8:30 or so.  We did some grocery shopping in preparation for going north to Gatab, and also visited the animal orphanage in an effort to keep her awake.  So…a rather rough cure for jet lag but it mostly worked.  Sunday evening we met with several AIM Air folks for dinner at Awash, the ethiopian restaurant just down from the estates.  No atmosphere but good food and a chance for Vicki to meet some of our co-workers.

The next morning early (5:45) we got to Wilson and started getting the plane ready.  Three stops on the way north: Maralal to drop off one passenger and some driver licenses, Ngurunit for another passenger, and Kurungu to drop some groceries and poultry dust.  The poultry dust -reeks-.  The smell alone would be enough to keep the bugs away from the chickens I think.

That was monday. We did nothing else monday afternoon, Vicki was still a bit on the jet – lagged side.  Yesterday Jeff and Manai and I put up Jeff’s spare windmill.  Last week the hub on ours came apart and the propeller went flying off into the bush.  New hub and blades time.  Jeff had a spare though, so we put it up until parts arrive.

Today, nothing planned.  We’ll see what happens.

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