What’s a day’s drive in Uganda without Ben’s annual stop at the equator? Our friend there demonstrates how water flows clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, counterclockwise in the Southern Hemisphere and stands still at the Equator. All within 40 feet of ‘each other’.
Those reading who’ve traveled with us, know how fun it is to see our friends in Uganda and Tanzania. Ben, Dastan, Linda. On to Kayanga!
KARAGWE 2020 – Day 3 cont’d.
We are so happy to have arrived in Kayanga, Karagwe. 30 hours after we left MSP. And we’re feeling grateful for all who help make these visits possible. Linda and Dastan from KAD met us at the border, and a couple of hours later, we were in Kayanga.
Bishop Bagonza, General Secretary Yoram, Principal Brighton, Assistant Principal Sophia, and Linda joined Steve, Sohan, Bruce and me for a reception and coffee. We swapped family updates, heard about recent ordinations, celebrations, Frida’s memorial service, the challenges of getting a visa, had some laughs and hammered out the front end of the ETI/KAD Summit schedule. It will be a full and productive couple of days, starting early tomorrow morning.
Karagwe is experiencing a record number of power outages, so the solar team arrived just in time. 🙂