makes me wonder if any of those water purification systems we cleaned out of all Las Vegas area REI’s are still in use in Les Cayes?
You never cease to amaze, Doc.
I’ll find out this weekend. We’re headed South this time, to Pestel or to Bon Finne, but either way, stop and talk to the McLaughlins at Les Cayes. Gary will know what became of them.
There is a fair amount of cholera in Les Cayes now- the North getting over the worst of it, and Port a little better, too.
Richard, Love your post. Great work. I’m part of a medical/dental group that’s going down in May. I would love to pick your brain about what to expect, and the ins/outs/challenges of flying down. We can pm each other, my email is email@example.com. Thanks,Bob Busey
Great post and pictures. Reading the part about the rough roads, I can feel your journey from here. I have a friend who’s a Bonanza pilot and I told him my tale over lunch the other day. He’s recently retired and possibly up for one of these missions. I’ll send you an email with him on it to introduce you, so you can work your siren song on him.[:D]
I just bought the book Mountains Beyond Mountains. I’m guessing you’ve read this one already? Best Rgds, DP
Again, Richard I must say what a great humanitarian you are. I’m humbled and proud to even be on the same forum with a guy like you.
Admirable work and service!