Steph here. In case you were a little iffy on so readily accepting our rough road account, I present to you a photo of our efforts. Kenyan roads = bumpy. One of my favorite parts of the trip has been meeting all the Kenyan people. We have visited two school so far and been blessed to briefly interact with children. The first school we stopped at was far out in the middle of Samburu wilderness country. We pulled up and were met with the beautiful singing of children in their own native dress. The songs they sang, along with their shining faces and the obvious love of their culture, were blessings in an of themselves. I made sure to record every moment of their beautiful voices. (: The second school was a little past Kisii. The children there were simply fun and joyful. After touring the facilities (terrible library and conditions – sad day!) they graced us with a performance. Annie and I taught them Tuna Oomba and they didn’t seem too terribly offended by our attempt at Swahili. (: All in all, everyone here has been very gracious to our group; we have made many new friends and memories.