We don't have a laptop, but we have an itouch with many med apps (thanks HOT)!
We are at least on our way to being "ready". I am washing my tent and have located some deet and my cholera sandels.
Here are some photos of the many hands from "up North" last time- many amazing people.............
|This is definately a no comment shot-|
|World's meanest weinie loved the dogooder- or was it her breakfast?|
|Ah the rooftop. That table served as our office most nights.....|
|This world is definately a better place with Ted in it.|
|The supply tent- also known as the tent full of empty boxes.|
|Look at all the tantalizing food from the US painted around the kitchen!|
You can see our staples on the counter- tabasco and Peter Pan on a hard bun
"They smell so good cooking and then, well, it's that bun again"
|Open Hands team- seriously great coworkers!|
|This sweetie was one of the kids from the orphanage downstairs- I would|
go down there at night and give some of the kids antibiotic injections
ouch..... they needed them but I was definately the MEAN one
|The most photographed gate in St Louis du Nord!|
|Some of our wonderful interpretors!|
|These boys are really the gift shop of St L---|
In just one hour or less you can have your own personalized bracelet!
|We absolutely could not have done our job without Kervins and Henri!|
|Justin was the best- if he couldn't find it, you didn't need it|
|MMRC and friends|
|This fella lived in an unused area at the mission- he had a foot ulcer that|
was being tended to (unofficially) and he loved to sing and make cool
bracelets out of rings.
|The beautiful mountains stretch on forever|