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I pulled up to Scott's house in my shiny "new" grey Prius that I'd bought the day before. In it, I had a hand suitcase and a picnic cooler filled with water, apples and my overly priced Whole Foods "health" bars. (I put quotes around 'health', but forealz they kinda are). After a bit of talking with some friends (Scott's house is a band house, so there's always a handful of people), we finally loaded the car with sleeping bags ...
... I only had 2 pieces.
We had enough Filipino jokes to make Grandpa Taba happy.
Only thing missing was Uncle Paul, Uncle Joey and their families. Maddy was on a mission so she was excused. A pot of Grandma's spanish rice and a few lumpias wouldn't have been bad.
!!Happy Birthday Grandma!!
P.S. Has anyone seen Dante or Matix in the last 8 hours?
P.S.S. Will Chloe ever let me hold her?
Today (Wednesday) was an errand, travel, doctor day. We began with a great breakfast at a local place in Jackson - Cafe Genevieve. How luxurious to have things like eggs and waffles. Mattias complained that his juice was too lumpy and we realized at the end of breakfast that he had finally lost (and swallowed) a tooth. We assured him that the Tooth Fairy travels and would find him in Utah. We took Benji to a local Orthopedist who was kind enough to double book an appointment ...
... Kibera slum tour.
Tuesday, June 4th - elephant sanctuary and giraffe center am, afternoon in the city.
Wednesday, June 5th - Masai Mara Safari day 1 - GO KENYA SAFARI
Thursday, June 6th - Safari day 2
Friday, June 7th - Safari day 3
Saturday, June 8th - Safari day 4 - return to airport 3pm for 6:25 pm
departure to Addis and then Cairo. Depart Cairo early am.
Sunday, June 9th - arrive back in Chicago 3pm. Panu goes to SLC, Leah goes to Boston.
... fairly early in life in a mining accident. For the rest of his life, the only vision he had was the ability to see some sunlight. However, he remained a miner in the canyon for many years (supported also by friends and family). The mineshaft he once worked out of is right there off the side of the road. Although technically private property, I crossed a small creek just to see it from the outside. Looking at the old wooden door to the shaft, I couldn't help but imagine the old ...