This is Tony (right) and my son Nick (left) back in 2006. Just kidding. The smile on Tony’s face is familiar to anyone who has met Tony. Tony and I had a chance meeting in 1993 on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya. That chance meeting led to Red Rhino Tours (now Red Rhino Adventures). Before meeting Tony, I had been traveling hard hitchhiking from southern Africa all the way up to East Africa. When I got to Nairobi I hadn’t had a proper shower for a while and I was exhausted. Tony and I had this brief exchange on the streets of Nairobi as I was looking for a cheap place to stay. We happened to see each other again a couple of days later (I don’t know why but I think I stood out in the crowd) and Tony and I worked together to arrange a safari for some friends who were coming to Africa to join me. This led to a friendship and partnership of 20 years now, the start up of Red Rhino Tours. When I took this picture back in 2006, my wife Susan and I had just bought the land for the orphanage; there were no buildings except for a small shack that Wilson (Wilson Goes to Medical School) lived in. I brought my family on safari with a group and we came to the land for just a day–way too short, but we were able to plant some trees.