I was able to return to the community where it all began for me 10 years ago – San Antonio, Guatemala! … More 10 Years Later…
This video was originally created for me to share some of the scenes that I found beautiful in Panama. It eventually turned into a full video and received such positive feedback from my presentations that I decided to share it on the blog as well. … More “A day in the life” …Panama, a video
Our shallow borehole well drilling program in Panama is making awesome progress! … More Simon is on the move!
Managing projects, training new well drillers, guest speaking and seeing friends tie the knot. This busy summer has flown by so fast that I don’t even feel unpacked from Haiti as I pack for Panama. … More The wheels on my car go round and round
Although Stateside at the moment, I still have stories to share from my recent work in Panama. Read about the new pump design and check out the manual (link in the post) to build your own! … More A New PVC Pump!
It has been two weeks since I arrived in Bastimentos, Panama and it has been packed full of good (muddy) work. I always feel a little anxious when I am working here with the Ngobe villages. Their culture is so much different then the communities I work with in Haiti, El Salvador and Guatemala. It’s … More Helping Hands
The scouting trip in El Salvador went really well! My teammates (Gilbert and Raul) and I went to a very remote village called Cumbre del Olvido (translated literally as “summit oblivion” but loosely referred to as “the forgotten people of the high mountain”) in the mountains of El Salvador. To get to Tucuba, the closest … More Summit Oblivion