The mornings are rather cool...mid 30s-40s but by 9a or so you are starting to shed layers. And then you better have some sunscreen because the sun is bright!
Yesterday we drilled through a couple aquifers but landed on 225 feet...the deeper the well, the better water quality. Aside from a broken pump early in the morning, the drilling was without issue.
Ron Smith writes,
I never knew so much could be acomplished in a day. After waking up the roosters, we head to the wellsite. Folks in the community are awake and waiting for our arrival. We work in just a beautiful valley with mountains all around. I never get tired of the view nor the people of this community in Cajoles. The chidlren are so full of life and energy. The adults are purposeful and proud - the fresh water will allow this village to thrive for many years to come.
God is great and God is good. All glory to Him!
Debbie and I spent the day getting to know the villagers and inviting them to the health and hygenie classes. We ended up having way more students than we anticipated! Most importantly, several women of the village came and participated...they'll be the most influential advocates in the village.