It's been an amazing week, to say the least!
I spent my birthday testing 34 applicants for the Garbagal school!
It was so enjoyable to live among the Fulani in Alhaji’s compound. To spend time with the children, and other family members. One little boy won us over completely – that was little ‘Abu’, a Down’s Syndrome child.
This morning, we waved goodbye to our friend Terry McGill.
Camels at the drill site.
Yesterday was fun,
I was awakened by a sharp bite on my finger!
I hope tomorrow will be better
The land is absolutely barren
This time, the issue was, no road into the drilling site the leaders had chosen!
This is what was discussed
We found water in an area a few meters from the first failed site in Kilishi,
I recommend that Schools for Africa step in on the three reserves in the following ways:
At first I thought it was music from someone’s radio
About thirty Fulani leaders from all over the Bobi reserve came for a meeting in Kilishi camp
I'm sipping my morning coffee in our camp in Kilishi village
The past two days have been a struggle, to say the least.