Jane and I are on our way back home, laying over in for a few hours in Brussels on our way back to Chicago and SF. Wifi was very spotty where we were in rural Rwanda so we haven't been able to post, but we took many photos and had a wonderful time seeing the gorillas and working with the World Wildlife Fund. I will begin posting photos and sharing stories when we return tonight.
Below is one photo to get started with. This mountain is part of Volcanoes National Park, and several families of wild mountain gorillas live on it's slopes. It is called Sabinyo, which means 'teeth' in Rwandan. On the other side of the mountain is the Democratic Republic of Congo to the left (west) and Uganda to the right (north). The lodge where we stayed and held the WWF training was situated right at the base of it.