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Just the other day I was moaning about cows grazing on the dual carriage road in front of the place where I work. Today, it was a small herd of goats.
What’s next? Sheep? Ducks?
Mine is not a city; it’s a kraal!
Posted on May 6, 2009 at 4:50 pm in Kampala | RSS feed
Socks B2B…onto the reading
Don’t worry, some live with lice..at work, at home…and i think i know that place..
oooh i love the views out off of the hills into the distance of urban life and nature in kampala. it’s such a cool city. reminds me of what ancient rome must have looked like, with its seven hills and terracotta roofs…
Do you know that many developed countries use goats and sheep to keep lawns clean? And Google recently adopted the same strategy for their Googleplex lawns? http://tinyurl.com/czs5zm
PETA’s response: They should get perks. http://tinyurl.com/crx2zs
I know that’s NOT what Uganda’s aiming for, but still… anyone know any KCC lobbyists?
Tumwi, we guys don’t even trip anymore…
we drive approaching that place real slowly, and when the cows aren’t there, we are all asking…
Eh, maybe the “muliisa” did not let them loose in time today!!
When you hit guinea fowls, let me know. I have always wanted to find out what they taste like.
LOOOOLLLL..but petesmama, honestly..u’d eat stray guinea fowls? I think u missed tumwi’s post abt juju
the world should know we have naturallawn……..
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