Fresh Water in Oltorotua!

Dan Odero, our hydrogeologist, sent an e-mail with the good news at 2:55 EST this afternoon:

Hi All,

Newsflash started drilling today hit water at 72m this evening. Will keep you updated.

Regards,

Dan

Seventy-two meters is 236 feet, a deep well, but, as Steve King said when he phoned me, “At least they hit […]

Oysters for Oltorotua

Well, no, we’re not sending oysters there. But seafood chowder and oysters will help fund the well/sanitation project.

Yesterday Betty and Jerry Kruhm joined Carl and me at the 46th annual Lexington Park Rotary Club Oyster Festival in Leonardtown, MD. Both Lexington Park and Leonardtown, along with Prince Frederick and Fredericktowne Rotary, are supporters of […]

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On his Facebook page, Jackson wrote: “Oh, Love home!!! It is all wet green. Kaetayok ake inkishu linka nashuku saa uni eiguranita.”

I know about five words in Swahili and none in Maa, the language of the Maasai but, because Maa has many vowels, I guessed the phrase is his tribal language and asked Jackson. […]