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Skinny Pigs

We’re pretty into pets in our family.  I hate to admit it, but we’ve had a lot over the years.  I also realize that we aren’t the best “long-term” pet keepers.  Some might even say we’re fickle in our pet tastes.  We’ve had: cats, dogs, rats, sheep, chickens and fish. This week we became the proud [...]

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Gangsta Guns

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Sticks and Stones or Rather Teeth?

I’m a bit behind in interesting posts. It seems that we have to search a little harder these days to find novel and interesting things to tell you about….and then things will just hit us and we’ll have some good material. Ian and I decided to brave our way to Nairobi during the day this [...]

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Where’s the Beef?

On our new BBQ that is.   Mmm.   We purchased our first steaks while living here in Africa, and decided that they simply had to be grilled out (that’s the Stoughton term for Barbequing). Only problem is: we don’t have a BBQ. Ian’s never been one to let that slow him down. We’ve taken stock of [...]

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Ahah and random musings

I knew it. I knew that there had to be some knitting needles somewhere in this town. Today I found them, in the Moi Market in Thika.  Try googling that, I wonder if it will come up?  Who knew?  They were in a completely logical place…..an entire road (or aisle as they are called still) [...]

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Random Bus Decorations

Today I looked up and saw a bus with the most random collection of decorations I’ve seen yet.  The whole thing is painted  bright red and yellow.  On the back it says the following:  “Mexico City” then below that “Red Hot Cake” then below that a huge picture of Osama Bin Laden, then on the huge [...]

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Purl me

I love to knit.  Knit and purl, and slip one over.  In the big process of packing up our house for Kenya, Ian inadvertantly packed my knitting….just in the wrong place:  a huge box and NOT my suitcase.  I thought about digging it out until I saw the box it was in the bottom of.  [...]

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Sniff, sniff

In talking with my twin brother Andy and his wife Kori last night , Ian and I realized that we have not done a post of the “smells” of Kenya. There are some things here that after a week or two, you just start to take it for granted and you forget how unique or [...]

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Carts and other ways of getting things around.

So today we took a little trip into Nairobo to explore some more. We found some new spots and drove some new roads, it feels goo to be getting somewhat independent in the big city. We drove by Kibera, the largest slum in Africa: 1 + million people living in one square mile, right in [...]

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