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... of power for Kenya. The end byproduct, similar to Salim's cooking stoves, is biochar - 20 tonnes per day of it! We talked about the possibility for using this byproduct as an input for Salim's fortified organic fertilizer. The possibilities were acknowledged by Cummins. Much more development of this idea is needed in view of the great need that subsistence farmers in Kenya have for fertilizer ...
We started the morning with a walk to mass at our DePaul Centre chapel. We have made the trek several times now but for some reason we still get a tad turned around. Today we passed by the usual turn off from the Daughters to the Vincentians and then realized we missed it just because the gate was closed! We never noticed the gate before. Teresa had her usual sense of humor going and joked that the path we take would ...
... it was time for some serious shopping which the guys all loved...not! During pre dinner cocktails we said goodbye to Tim, our guide for the last eleven days. Then enjoyed a final dinner at Ngong House with our friends, Tom, Dianne, Dale and Delia. Tom, Dianne, Dale and Delia left at an ungodly hour that night, but we had the luxury of sleeping in until after ...
... ground (so the wind was making life very difficult) after about 2 hours of fighting with the elements we got everyones tents up and got some food on.. In the morning the true reality of where we were really sank in... With little more than goats for neighbors and a few manyattas in the distance we were in the middle of nowhere! Later that day we were invited into the manyatta which was an extremely compact space with a fire going inside (so smokey, it actually made your ...
... The orphanage keeps them in the nursery in Nairobi until they are about three years old, and then ships them to their facility in Tsavo national park where they begin reintroducing them to wild herds, a process that takes 5 to 10 years. Right now, there are 25 elephants in the nursery and 50 at the Tsavo park facility. 192 have been successfully reintroduced into wild herds. We adopted Ashanka, one of the younger elephants. ...