The meeting with the committee ended with enough time for us to walk around and explore the town. We set out to find a farmer to interview about his views on education and his children's futures. We found a man working on his field who was kind enough to take a break to speak to us. With the help of a translator we asked the man questions about his own education and his expectations for his kids. We decided to photograph the man after the interview, but as soon as the camera came out, people from all over began wandering over to get their own portraits taken. Yemi was swarmed with kids, teenagers, and adults wanting to be photographed. Amidst all of the commotion, we didn't notice the dark overhead clouds. When the first raindrop fell, we realized we were too far away from the home we were to spend the night in so we started running frantically to find a house to take cover in as the rain poured. We saw a farm and ran inside without inquiring who the owner was. Despite our abrupt arrival, the family in the house accepted us graciously and we spent an hour sitting in their living room playing with the kids. When the rain stopped, we stomped our way through the mud to our host's house. Some of the committee members were still at the house and we all sat in the living room drinking coffee and talking into the night. Finally everyone went home and we turned in for the night.