I had been waiting to get to Setavi and see how the men did with different soils and working mostly without guidance (although I made suggestions and gave ideas, I allowed them to find the solutions). They did SO WELL… … More “You must have been running”
Our shallow borehole well drilling program in Panama is making awesome progress! … More Simon is on the move!
I returned safe and sound from Barbuda and now I’m off to Haiti! … More Home and Away Again
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
We drilled two wells, checked a half dozen others, took water samples, repaired water tanks, repaired a pump and some holes in the water line in the mangroves. … More In Rain or Shine
Remember how we were slowly chipping away at the rocks in Butenga? Our daily routine looked like this: Drill, get stuck on a rock, hand-dig out the rocks, shovel them into a bucket to be dumped outside of the pit. Find softer soil, drop the drill into the pit (thinking that perhaps we had passed … More Plan “B”
Each Hydromissions project is unique because we work in many countries, most of which have different climates, languages and cultures within themselves. … More Panama Projects
The second week of school is finally over and I am looking forward to staying local and studying this weekend. Traveling to El Salvador last weekend was exhausting and I found it difficult to keep up in class the first couple days after I returned. I am hoping to catch up on studies and rest … More Have you ever seen a Goaeep?