Thursday, February 26, 2009


Out on the crusty volcanic plains beyond Isiolo, nestled under the bony canopy of acacia trees lies the Turkana village of Daaba- the destination for our relief food drop-off. Our friend Musyoka from the Isiolo Red Cross told us that once upon a time he had visited this village to do "civic education" about malaria prevention. He left them with some mosquito nets. We found the nets strewn across the tops of the huts like yamikas, full of holes, baking in the sun.


Anonymous said...

Home sweet Home eh?? Soooooo glad to see your blog update... and what great pics!!!Love ya lots,Cathy, Rags and Hud

Hoyt said...

Keep the photos coming guys - really very interesting - and always great to see your faces in there too.

Your Hotel Dabba looks a bit spartan. I don't suppose they have hot tubs?

"Drizzle, drazzle, druzzle, drone; time for this one to come home." said Mr. Wizard......