The school we have been sleeping at for the past two evenings is at an elevation of (approx) 6000′. Combining that with rainy season and you have cold, damp nights. Even though I know we’ll be sweating down in Coyolate (sea level, 100% humidity, HOT), I am anxious to get back to the warmer weather. It is 6:30am now and we are loading the truck and heading out at 7am. We’ll get started right away when we arrive in Coyolate to get as many water filters and fuel-efficient stoves built as possible before the afternoon rains start.
The photo below is my attempt to keep warm – Lorenda gave me socks and flip flops to keep warm! Great fashion statement, eh?