6 young men (18 to 32 years old students in the English /construction class) dug a 12x 12 pit for the septic tank for the future orphanage , 7 am to 4 pm, with pick and shovel hauling dirt and rocks out in 5 gallon buckets, one at a time all day for a week under the 90 F blasting sun! Anyone want to try? They are covered with dust but work with heart because they are grateful for the $ 10 /day pay check and the lunch. ( we are trying to give them something to pay for the tap-tap rides to the job $ 1.75 /day)
We are looking into two water purification systems: one bio-sand, the other solar powered. Interesting stuff!
One of the dogs ate the rooster!!! The chicken is traumatized, no more eggs! J Now the dog is gone!! Choices are made: dogs are not food. Everyone sleeps better: the dog used to bark half the night and the rooster would start to crow at 2 am!
Yesterday lunch was “ragout” !! I had wondered what the goat head, fore legs, and tail that were soaking in the kitchen sink were going to be used for… now I know!
Enjoy your peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches J