We are going into my favorite gift-giving time of the year – GIFT A GOAT! … More “For That Someone Special”
I am so sorry for the radio silence.
Although I have not been writing project updates, I have still been working on projects. … More Radio Silence
We finished training the new students in the Goat program and already have plans to return to construct a large water project in June! … More Orevwa Haiti! Goodbye USA! Hola Panama!
I returned safe and sound from Barbuda and now I’m off to Haiti! … More Home and Away Again
Usually 4 weeks can feel like a long time, but in Panama, the time flies. We have so many communities that we are working in and I have a great place to stay (with the Wood family) and a small workshop to work on the pumps that it makes it easy to pass the time. … More Time flies when you’re having fun…drilling wells!
The Gift-A-Goat fundraiser is back again! Help me provide goats for the children of Marbial, Haiti so they may fund their educations and develop their community. Your donation will also help provide clean water for communities around the world! … More Gift-a-Goat is back again!
Lovely had 5 goats in her herd. Now she has 4, but it’s for a good reason … More Lovely’s Goats
Yes, we are all going on little-to-no sleep, but we thought we were pulling it off until the TSA lady called us out. … More “You look like you’re coming off an international flight”
I’m home from Haiti. In short, the borehole well is still a work-in-progress. We partnered with an organization, Water4Haiti, that has an LS200 rotary drill, however the drill needed a part repaired Stateside. One of our teammates, Edward, took the part for repair in Texas (his home State) while the rest of us also returned … More Home for the Holidays
I’ve mentioned before that for manual drilling, Haiti is extremely difficult. Even though it is hard (and has a history of blocking my efforts with the rocks that make up most of the country’s subsurface), it doesn’t mean I’ll stop trying different methods and supporting different teams with drilling here in Haiti. This time, … More One step forward, two steps back