Rondo Retreat House - Dining Room Building
It's our day in the front seats, so we have the premier view today.
An elegant Eastern Black-and-white Colobus Monkey stares right back.
Grass for the roof of the huts. The women build the round, cone-shaped-roof structures.
Sharon bought some pencils in a store earlier, and gives them out to five or six kids.
Firewood carriers in the Kakamega Forest.
As this group was just passing us, the fellow in the blue shirt jumped onto a donkey, and as he rode past, with a huge smile, said, "Give me something small."
Thinking of sister-in-law Loretta, we see this beautiful butterfly, but never get an ID on it.
A Widowbird carved from the great fallen tree at Rondo Retreat Center.
A nice Red-headed Bluebill on the side of the road.
A nice rainbow complements the forest.
We celebrte the Chapin's Flycatcher, a very good bird. The Easley brother guides are younger Steven in front, with one leg up, and Kevin, in the rear with the victory signs.