Monthly Archives: August 2011

Tomorrow, I will be leaving for…

Port Antonio!!! I think this will be the perfect geographic placement for me – I’m at the base of the Blue Mountains and shouting distance from the ocean! It’s the 3rd largest port in Jamaica. I will be working as … Continue reading

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Water lock-offs

…are a part of everyday life in Stony Hill. The water distribution infrastructure is challenged so every day there is a rolling lock-off. What that means is for a half hour or so every day, the water to any given … Continue reading

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The light at the end of the tunnel

It’s here: the final week of training. It’s Wednesday morning and I am sitting in training with some unprecedented free time and reasonable Internet access. Our last official day of training is this Friday. We’ll review the past 8 weeks … Continue reading

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