All good things come to and end, so also this Gatti Hallicrafters Expedition. But if all was good is very doubtful.Even the logs are lost.
Sundaymorning, July 11th the caravan left Narwa for Nairobi, but caused by Murphy's Law (problems with tyres, carburators, hitches of trucks etc..) they ended that day in the jungle. Rain made them impossible to travel, so another day they stayed on the same place. Tuesday they moved on, and the caravan reached Narok. On the track to Narok they saw plenty of Longnecks, even a group of 32 of them. Errol and Weldon had a busy day. Wednsesday they reached Kijabe, close to the point were the tarmac road to nairobi started. At last on thursday July 15, 1948 the expeditioners reached Nairobi, and parked their trucks on Delamare Avenue, causing a huge traffic jam. There seemed to be thousands of people on hand, and they sure asked enough silly questions.After this public relations stop, the caravan moved out to camp 8 miles outside Nairobi. It was the end of the road for Bob, he left circus Gatti, and moved to the Queens hotel in Nairobi.