Before leaving Calgary, Roger flew out to Vancouver for three days to see Brad, Anette and the Boat Show. While our lives tend to be in a constant state of flux, one thing remains: Brad and Roger's love for anything that floats.
|Brad and Anette at Granville Island|
|Layne's office is located in Morogoro and have a dozen drills working throughout the country|
|Coffee grinders in the background|
|These are used to test coffee at the plantation lodge|
|Wood fueled water heater|
|Horse stable room|
|Roger saw elephants, monkeys and Cape buffalo, but the giraffes were the ones he was able to get closest to|
|Giraffes are one of my favorite animals to see in the wild. They are nicknamed "the models of the plains" because of their graceful walk.|
|Roger at the drill site --- bet he's happy to see all the safety equipment!|
This week he is traveling to the north, and said that if the weather is clear, he should be able to see Mount Kilimanjaro. Safe travels, Roger!
“Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” — Helen Keller