Yesterday we drove up to our Karamoja station in order to deliver a vehicle and for fellowship with our team up there. It's always a fun drive...far out of the ordinary for us Mbale folks. This is the first time we've ever been able to make up in the rainy season because usually, the roads are a mess. But this year, they are really working to maintain the road this year...what a blessing for everyone who lives up there and we who like to visit.
Whenever we drive up the kids like to get on the roof and look out for any animals (actually, I think they just like an excuse to ride on top...haha!) in the National Reserve.
The only animals we saw though were the two ostriches that like the base of UWA in the reserve. Still, fun to see!
This is a sketch bridge that we crossed to get there.
This is the culvert right outside our station. They saw a Nile crocodile in there last week!
The most exciting part of our visit was seeing the new clinic almost finished being built. This has been a huge project and our teammate Chris Verdick has done an absolutely amazing job getting it finished and ready to begin using in 3 weeks, Lord willing!
The construction is high quality and Lord willing will be used to serve many people for many years!
Thankful for a night of fun and fellowship!