“ag day”, Jinja style

Lots of confidential details in the confidential dossier file, diary 4.
Here’s what Jinja traffic looks like:


And here’s the next drought crushing scheme, Pikipiki style:


This is how you display secondhand clothing:


I’ve had another great day in Ugandan paradise. These people are friends, welcoming and appreciative. I feel safe and happy.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. john
    Jul 27, 2012 @ 22:06:54

    I wonder how much water I could have shifted with my GTR 1000 back in the day?
    I am listening to a Kim Hill interview at the mo, Fred Pierce book “The land Grabbers” about the global land grab you know the one foreign big money establishes non traditional large scale Ag. All power to you as you make a difference to the communities affected by this process. I feel that we in NZ have no concept of the differences that you will experience. Keen to no more about your observations of what our community might be able to learn from the one you are in now about communal small scale local food. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a permanent market in the village, maybe in the pub carpark!


    • simthomas
      Jul 28, 2012 @ 12:37:08

      Absolutely, on all counts John. And maybe have a decent beer while we are there! With your gtr you could irrigate the whol
      e moutere district. S


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