Lokichoggio photo from our trip to Africa

Deb has shared many of her great photos from the trip on the ASAH Website,but having so many photos makes it difficult to explain each one. I thought I would try to get in the semi-regular habit of uploading one photo and writing about it.

This particular photo is from Lokichoggio, Kenya. Lokichoggio is the first little town the Sudanese Lost Boys came to when they walked south in 1991-2, having been kicked out of Ethiopia. Loki is also the base of operations for UN programs like the World Food Program, and it is the airport that serves anyone flying into or out of the Kakuma refugee camp. This part of Kenya, as this photo illustrates, is desert-like, sparsely populated, and at the base of some small mountains.

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