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Puerto Rico Journal
Posted June 12th, 2019

May 16, Water shortages, flexible assignments, frozen treats Team One returned to “our” house for the fourth day. The Puerto Rican workers were already on the job. Three of us started in painting walls and ceilings while John left with Gabi to help an older couple with electrical needs across the river and high up Read the Rest…

Puerto Rico Journal
Posted June 12th, 2019

May 15 Day 5 Painting and Priming First, I’ll backtrack and talk a little bit about our drive home the previous evening. The distance between Team One’s worksite and our residence, Camp Morton, was 7.1 miles. We had covered almost all of that distance when we were met with road construction and told to turn Read the Rest…

Puerto Rico Journal
Posted June 7th, 2019

May 15 Day 5 Painting and Priming First, I’ll backtrack and talk a little bit about our drive home the previous evening. The distance between Team One’s worksite and our residence, Camp Morton, was 7.1 miles. We had covered almost all of that distance when we were met with road construction and told to turn Read the Rest…

Puerto Rico Journal
Posted June 4th, 2019

May 13 and 14. Days Three and Four.  First days at our Puerto Rican worksites. Monday morning, we arose and hurried down to the dining area for a breakfast of eggs with ham. (More discussion of the food later in the journal). The same strong coffee was available, as was steamed milk for making our Read the Rest…

Puerto Rico Journal
Posted May 25th, 2019

May 12, 2019. Day Two. Mothers’ Day. We officially got up around seven, however many of us had been awake for hours due to our early bedtime and the unfamiliarity of the many animal sounds surrounding us during the night. The camp kitchen staff had prepared a sandwich breakfast (served with small cups of café Read the Rest…

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