Working in the Shadow of Kilimanjaro

By Barb Carman

| Those of you who are starting to thaw out from winter may not want to see any more snow for a while. However the closest we get to snow here is by looking at it on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro from far away. With our summer starting to role into autumn, the nights become slightly cooler. The days are still scorchers, but the rains have started for which Tanzanians are very thankful. When it’s raining and a bit cooler at night, we know that snow is probably falling high up on the mountain.

Last weekend we were fortunate to have a clear vantage point at about 4400 feet to see the fresh fallen snow from the night before. We have to show off “our” snow, so please enjoy the few pictures!

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