We spent nine and a half hours on the road Thursday and arrived safely at Alfayo's home just before dusk in the midst of a blackout. The trip was a typical bumpy smooth Kenyan drive. We chose the Narok road because it affords less contact with local highway patrols. Our vehicles are all equipped with governors, but the "machines" record above limit low flying transports in various spots along the high road. So we opted for more potholes and less visits to local stations.
We stopped for quick pit stop at the Rift Valley Overlook.
We passed a troupe of 26 baboons before grabbing a wonderful lunch. Our only other stop was a speedy meeting with Risper's mother on the side of the road.
Playtime with Steven, Enoch and Ellie was followed by vespers with 150 orphans at Ndhiwa. There we shared tote bags painted by Wesley United Methodist Church members.