This blog is named after my dog, Dino the wonder dog. Other than that, this blog doesn’t have a lot to do with him, except that some days, when I am just too busy or too tired or have a migraine, I let Dino write my blog for me. On days when he has not taken over the computer, I write about my life – the past, the present and the future - my travels far and near and my home. I would love it if you would follow along.
I promise this will be the last post about my trip to
Kenya in April. Or at least it will be for a while. I have more to share, but
will probably spread that out over the next few weeks. You may or may not want
to know other things that have been going on in my life, so I should get back
I need to close the Kenya Log series with the culmination
of our work. The Rabbit Project.
After the 45 minute ride from the rabbit project farm
in Kikuyu to Southern Cross Academy in Maai Mahiu, the rabbits arrived at their
The kids were understandably excited and wanted to know all about the rabbits.
They also wanted to help, so we let them move the food dishes.
Peter, the caretaker of the rabbits, doing one final
inspection of the hutches.
Each rabbit got their own cage, with one of the six
males in each of the rows.
Rachel did not want to give up the sweet Angora rabbit
she had brought from Kikuyu.
Hey, little bunny, not to put any pressure on you, but
you have work to do.
Make lots of baby bunnies so these kids will have an
income at their school, so they can continue their education, learn lots and
make a difference in their own lives and the lives of those around them.
Last we heard, the rabbits were doing well. I’ll let you know in a few
months how it all turns out.