After a long week of medical clinics, preaching and teaching and building we had our second Kenya play day.  Pikipiki is the name of the motor scooters available for hire in Kitale town.  Jimmy and Lorna have a few regulars they call on to transport guests, relatives and church folks.  5 of the guys showed up at the door of the house and we were off for a 4 hour adventure seeing the sights and sounds of the area for roughly 15,000 Kenya shillings.  The equivalent cost in Canadian dollars was about $16.00!


Saturday the construction continued inMatunda, and when we visited we had adventures…do watch for a post on the BUILDING PROJECT!

Sunday the team will be ministering in 2 places ( or 3 when you count Jimmy and the youth!)  details and photos later!

Friday PIKIPIKI day

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ready,set, GO!
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stick and plastic huts
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corn threshing
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taking fire wood home
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swimming in the reservoir
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washing up in the afternoon monsoon
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egret and lily pads
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B I G puddle
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bicycle courier
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everywhere the muzungus go the kids gather
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welcome to Kitale
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donkey carts are everywhere
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standing in the market waiting out the rain storm
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Kenyans are sooooo friendly!
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