Experiences of a recently-returned Community Economic Development Specialist at Peace Corps-Namibia
More bike rides through the desert
The beginning of Spring means that Summer is not far behind, and our comfortable temperatures won’t continue for long. A week ago, for example, we saw the cold, wet fog reach 65 km inland from the coast and only my sleeping bag kept me warm enough at night. Yesterday, on the other hand, it reached the high-90s!
I’ve been taking advantage of the pleasant mornings to explore new points on the compass around Arandis. In my past two treks, I headed South and South Southwest, towards the Rössing Mine (said to be the largest, open-pit uranium mine in the world). The terrain offered less obvious wildlife but much more elevation change than my previous excursions to the North and Northwest. On an early Sunday morning, I was the only person for miles.
Until recently, I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia focused on Community Economic Development. Before that, I was a high-tech executive, small business owner, consultant and business broker. View all posts by Chris