Okay, so here's the story: On Tuesday, October 18th, at about 10:15 a.m., on our second day in Kenya, my husband and i, along with our Kikuyu driver and rented vehicle, were ambushed and robbed on the lower Kijabe road by four men with a (apparent) gun and three double-edged pangas. The vehicle was forced down an embankment and into the brush, as windows were smashed and the three of us were led to believe that we might very likely be killed. We were robbed of cell phones, cameras, laptop computer, cash, jewelry, shoes and clothing and other stuff that we are still discovering to be missing. God was good, in that none of us was seriously injured physically...just severely traumatized, as you might imagine. The CID, the Kenya Police and several missionaries from Kijabe were very supportive and helpful to us in the aftermath. Our special thanks goes to our driver and two Kenya Police officers assigned to travel with us throughout the rest of our two week travels in Kenya, who were totally committed to our safety and protection, and because of whom, we were able to say that a "very bitter lemon" was turned into "the most delicious lemonade."