two doors will open.
I started this blog in 2006. It has seen me through a lot. I have posted from different countries in east Africa that I have lived in. It chronicles a huge part of my life. And although I haven't been posting much over this past year, I haven't wanted to let it go. It means too much to me. I have decided that now, for various reasons, I am going to keep posting to this blog.
Remember though: "When one door closes, another one opens." And in this case, two doors will open.
Legend has it my ancestors build Mangadi-Negus (King's Highway), and before I left Ethiopia I have involved in design and construction of major Ethiopian Asphalt-highways, and I continue to build for the Swahili and Ashanti Africa. In this blog I put together a family/friends story to document our life in Gilgel Gibe, Bonga and other construction sites that we worked. I just didn't really know how to separate it from my own personal blog. But now I am blowing off the virtual dust and reopening that blog.
I want to share more on the books I read, Engineering staffs, and lots of interesting stuffs, and be an open book on my years at work in the tourist destinations: Tanzania, Uganda, and now Ghana.
Sometimes I dip my toe in the geopolitics of outlier-Ethiopia
Clear as mud? Here it is simply: