Life On a Lake

What a relaxing day. It reminded me of life on our lovely Kootenay Lake, except that there are Ugandan crested cranes flying overhead instead of bald eagles and geese. We woke to… Read More

The Pacemaker

Today’s crazy hard ride was for Nampijja Prossy, Muwanguzi John, Lukyamuzi Ronald and Namboga Faith. I needed their motivation today, although I was feeling pretty strong initially. We rode 95 kilometres and… Read More

I Love You, Baby!

Today’s ninety-kilometre ride sprinkled with 4000 feet of elevation gain was for Kasumba Fabian, Kisuule Dan and Magadde Rodger. It was a good day today from start to finish. After enjoying the… Read More

A Day of Rest????

Our good friend, Christy Nichol, from Kootenay Athletic Therapy (Nelson BC), gave us a financial gift to use at our discretion because she is committed to giving to people and places that… Read More

A Bunch of Sallies

Today’s enjoyable ride was for Nantaba Monica and Nabakioza Florence. Monica was our first student to get full sponsorship and the rest is history. We woke up a little earlier in order… Read More

Hakuna Matata

When I was little, my family went to Yellowstone National Park. I was excited to see Old Faithful and had made sure my camera had a new roll of film in it…. Read More

A Day of Contrasts

Today’s ride was for five of our youngest students who started either nursery school or preschool. Their names are Kaikara Hezed, Namugerwa Josephine, Lubega Stephen, Makumbi Elivis, and Kisakye Maureen. Today was… Read More

Not Much to Say Today

We took a rest day today and head to Kasese tomorrow. John wanted to clarify, thanks to his good friend, The Biologist, that sloths do not live in Africa. He did some… Read More

Everything Hurts

Today’s ride into Fort Portal was for Suubi Esther and Mukisa Stephen. These two stars are Pastor Vincent’s children who are getting an education in order to teach and inspire others to… Read More