Tuesday, June 9, 2015


Friday late morning we started our month long journey in Ecuador.  We flew from Atlanta to Quito.

Our first two nights we stayed at a hacienda that was built in the 1700s.  It was a beautiful place.  Our room had three bunk beds, a twin bed and a loft bed.  Logan immediately claimed the loft and loved how it was so much taller than the others.

We enjoyed a delicious pizza lunch.  Logan loved sitting with Nathalie and Anna.

We had the neat opportunity to take a boat ride on a lake that is in the crater if an active volcano.  The volcano blew itself apart several years ago.  All the snow from the top made a lake approx 600 feet deep.

After the lake we headed to Camp Chacauco, where we will be doing all our work this month.  It is so great to be back here after 12 1/2 years.
(This is Preston and his students - in front of the building they spent the last semester designing the renovations.)

That evening Preston was asked to share the story of our family.  Logan and Nathan also made it up on to the stage.

We are working this week on demolishing the old interior of the colecium.

As I am blogging, this is my view.

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