An early morning hike led us to an escarpment overlooking Lake Eyasi for the first sun rays of the day. After a late breakfast, students chose to either stay near camp to work on assignments or explore the surrounding Maasailand. Those that chose to hike roamed around a Maasai warrior cave site called an opul, examining recent cave paintings. In the evening, students witnessed a traditional slaughtering and preparation of a male goat which was roasted and enjoyed by all. Some students were brave enough to sample goat’s blood and kidney. For our final night camping, we celebrated by learning traditional Maasai dance and joined them for a dance around the campfire. Jon Cox and Jake Bowman were challenged to a Maasai dance off by Jon Stave and Griffin Lotz. The elder skills of Jon and Jake prevailed!