Well it has been interesting learning this website creation based on Weebly's app. Not difficult to do compared to others I have tried for other websites.
The header image above is our camp in 1969 on the Narok River (actually just a 20 foot wide stream) south of the town of Narok (and north of a couple rhinos and night incursions by elephant. The first night I was away in the forest a lion came sniffing around the tent making our new puppy (a rescue of course, what else lives out here?) very nervous - but that is another story for later.
Above is Joseph Mapelu (on the left), my Okiek field assistant, in the middle (over the Land Rover bonnet and sitting on the red chicken coop) is Dickson Odera who took care of the camp. On the right, holding the tent pole is DeGuerre, my delightful, wife who came to love her adventures in Kenya. She adapted Julia Child's cookbook to local fair (zebra bourguignon was really tasty).
Later in the year the Catholic mission took pity on us and let us use a small house - a real kitchen and bedrooms (one got stuffed eventually with hundreds of Okiek artifacts, poison arrows and all).