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... Bay Rays against the Houston Astros, for our first ever baseball game. We arrived in time for the national anthem, sat down, and first pitch, which went sailing out the ground for a home run! We loved the game, and took to the Rays who are now our baseball team, especially after Lois bought all the souvenir cups and helmet because they came with refillable soda and popcorn! The baseball did make us realise however how poor our efforts were in the batting cage with balls ...
... started a course in Swahili (I hope I don't need to rely on my language skills for much), and, oh yeah, began planning a return trip to Africa in 2015. More on that much later.
We're now ready to return home after our winter sabbatical. It's been good, but now the real prep for Africa begins. Wish me luck!