Monthly Archives: June 2010

Captain’s Log 27 June 2010 -Murchison to the Congo

It was with a bit of trepidation that we took off for Bunia after our game drive. Cher had broken her ribs trying to ride a body board, which also broke, in the surf in Kenya and was in pain … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log 26 June 2010 – Driving Nairobi to the Nile

After returning from our holiday we, with the help of Lu my sister, packed up all that was left in our Uganda home, which may sound like a little thing in only 10 words but I can tell you it … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log 18 June 2010- Beach Birthday Holiday

We have been away from computers and all things work related for a while.  We just returned from a lovely time at the Kenya south coast.  We stayed at a wonderful two storey thatched house in a coastal Arab style … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log 7 June 2010 – The Navigator

There is a new story under the Micronesia page called “The Navigator”.  Hope you enjoy it.

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Captain’s Log 4 June 2010 – Primordial Scream

I don’t think I have ever heard Cher scream before.  Not in over 39 years of hanging out together.  You would think we were used to close calls after driving the road to Nairobi for years.  We had already seen … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log- 2 June 2010 – Inspection in Uganda

Yesterday at 11:30 p.m. I got a text saying today’s flight to Goma and Bukavu was off, so  we were able to fly the Caravan directly to Uganda for regularly scheduled maintenance.  Cher and Lu came along so we could … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log- 31 May 2010 – Non Flying Day

No flying today but lots of work.  We fixed some things at one of our families’ houses before they arrived back from furlough and worked with one of the internet antennas for Medicine Sans Frontier.   Then Lu and I went … Continue reading

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