Richard's Project and Ekitangaala Ranch
We headed up the road to check out a building project Richard, one of CLA's "old boys" (a graduate of Cornerstone's Leadership Academy), was overseeing. Richard had gone to university in the U.S. and was back home in Uganda building an Agricultural school financed by American farmers and using a new building technique utilizing locking bricks and roofing material. I caught some photos of their camp, an open jackal fruit, maize and coffee cherries.
We then continued north passing trade centers (markets) and finally arriving at the ranch where we did an overall driving tour (the large building was designed and project overseen by my cousin Eric! So proud!) then settled in to our guest cottages for the night. As I walked around the cottages I found a dead snake draped over an agave(?) plant that had died with a gecko in it's mouth-there's a parable in that photo somewhere! Maybe you can put into words the lesson captured? xoxo, emily
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Maybe the gecko got stuck in the snake’s craw which caused the snake to die, yep, that would make a fine Aesop’s fable.
Safe travels to both of you.
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