I've been back in Sierra Leone for a 8 days now and I'm happy to be here. It's been a busy but good week. It did take a little getting used to things, like remembering to charge my electronic devices in the evening since we have had very little power at the house during the day, the noise of barking dogs and generators at night, standing out in a crowd (or not even in a crowd), poor water pressure in the shower, taking taxis, etc. It's been good though. There's a shortage of water in Freetown but thankfully our landlady is arranging for water trucks to deliver water to the house, so we have been fine so far. Harmattan is still ongoing, so the place is very dusty! The mornings and evenings are relatively cool but the afternoons can get pretty hot. Traffic has been pretty good due to various reasons which I will elaborate on in a later post. Work is going well - trying to put a few things in place and continue with where we left off. Good progress is being made on the x-ray project and I'll write more about that this coming week. Bottom line right now is that I am glad to be back in Freetown. Happy Sunday to you all.