Monday morning we went to our first school, Edinaman Senior High School, to install the Internet-in-a-Box. The installation went better than I ever could have expected, and we got the server working with hardly any bumps along the way! The teachers were very appreciative of our efforts and very excited by what the IIAB has to offer. In fact, one of the teachers was already asking when we could install a second one in a different area of the school! Later that day, we had planned to install the IIAB at the Anansi girls' boarding house in Abura, but the electricity was down. Instead, Kathryn, Maureen, and I spent some time at the house just talking to the girls and explaining what I would be setting up for them in the next few days. Maureen works for Anansi with Kathryn back in Washington and has been to Ghana and these schools on previous trips. She is extremely global - name a country, and chances are that she has lived or visited it! The time we spent at the Abura house was great for me to meet the girls and introduce myself, and they had several questions about my schooling back in the United States. I also brought along one of the XO laptops for the girls to play with. They were quickly engrossed in its programs, and I was sad to have to take it back from them, even if only temporarily. However, I promised that I would be back later in the week to bring each girl her own laptop. The eight girls range from 15-18 years old, so I am the same age as several of them. I look forward to teaching them more and getting to know them better in the couple weeks!