Day 1

Posted by Paul Field on Monday, March 24, 2014
Good Morning all! After a restful nights sleep to recharge our batteries, we're off to install water filters. Just had piping hot oatmeal in the Dominican heat and lots of fruit in all shapes and sizes There is a bunch of home sickness going on but I think i'll be OK.The kids are excited and a bit nervous about what lies ahead. Isn't everyday of our lives like that? Not sure what the day will bring but we go into excited and strong.
We love you all and will have tons to report later,
Paul and the DR crew



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Day 1

Posted by Paul Field on Monday, March 24, 2014
Good Morning all! After a restful nights sleep to recharge our batteries, we're off to install water filters. Just had piping hot oatmeal in the Dominican heat and lots of fruit in all shapes and sizes There is a bunch of home sickness going on but I think i'll be OK.The kids are excited and a bit nervous about what lies ahead. Isn't everyday of our lives like that? Not sure what the day will bring but we go into excited and strong.
We love you all and will have tons to report later,
Paul and the DR crew



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Ah, the good ol' days in the Portland airport. Here, Marie and Page share their excitement. Here in the D.R., they continue to be excited. They are wonderful people.

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