“Anyway, we have to fly them into the smaller airport in El Centro, California.”

I just was going to say that there is one change from how we’ve operated before. The State of California and US Customs are not letting us fly the lions into San Diego. I don’t really understand, it’s some kind of exotic animal thing. Anyway, we have to fly them into the smaller airport in El Centro, California.”

“Is that far?”

“No, only about 120 miles to the east. That’s why the 18 wheeler is needed for the final leg of the journey.”

“18 wheeler, Bwana K?” Makali asked.

“Big Diesel truck, Makali.”

“Ok, Bwana. Thank you for water, Bwana Miles. Asante.”

“No worries. Mnakaribishwa (you’re welcome).”

“Miles, your swahili is improving. Makali is a good teacher, huh?”

“Well, I’m working on it. I’m still very basic.”

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