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Jay | Susan | Alex | Beth | Samantha
July 18, 2009 5:17 am
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Well, we moved out of Loki. Susan and the kids flew out on the 10th on the King Air. Alex got to sit up front in the co-pilot seat, which he thought was really cool (I agree!) They all liked the plane…fast, smooth ride, and so on. I drove down over the next two days. The road is…well it’s perhaps the worst road I’ve ever been on. I got into Nairobi on Sunday afternoon. Wednesday, it was back up to Loki! I took 350kg of freight to Werkok and then went to Panyegor to bring 5 people back to Loki to catch a flight. Then Thursday it was up to Yabus, then Malakal and back to Yabus….7 hours of flying. Friday was the return trip, and finally the return to Nairobi, getting back in around 9:30pm. So today it’s rest up.

Yabus, however, was interesting. SIM has a mission there, and they had a number of people coming to see the opening of the Unity Bridge. There’ s a river there, and they’ve just built and opened a cable foot bridge to cross it. There were four tribes there, the names of which I can’t recall, all celebrating the bridge.

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