With Dad in the DR, on the way to Banica from Santo Domingo.
Packing the truck for the trip across the border.
Crossing the river that divides the DR and Haiti.
Landscape of Haiti's Central Plateau.
Doing laundry in the river.
So much more green in the land near the river--much better irrigation.
Think this guy was on the way back from church on Sunday.
Nelson and Kim (and a movie he picked from the shelf).
Pre-op waiting room.
The board on first full day of surgery.
I kept trying to get a shot of the boys playing with their new soccer balls, but everytime they saw me with my camera they stopped and posed.
Waiting room in front of the clinic.
This little boy had extra digits removed from both hands.
Removing a toe.
Our translators--Rigot, Bellevue, and Down.
Assisting Dad w/ a hernia case.
Kim teaches how to high-five.
Recovery room--we kept running out of "beds" (in some cases, beds are mattresses on the floor)
A patient walks around during recovery post-surgery.
Applying pressure after sutures--he had a lipoma removed from his hip.
I got to put in the sutures.
Pre-op patients w/ their fathers.
Diocese training/meeting center compound in Hinche. Nicest place I've seen in Haiti.
Town of Hinche. They have no electricity, yet they have electric wires/poles.
A couple oxen share the road with a Toyota.
Side street of Hinche.
Homes in Hinche.
This building is part of a boys' orphanage in Hinche.
Boys playing soccer at the orphanage.
Garden at the orphanage. Some of the boys' jobs were to keep up the garden.
Bridge in Hinche.
Getting ready to leave the clinic w/ family after recovery.
Before his arm amputation--he had been struck by lightning.
Woman down--I fainted. You can't tell--but my IV bag is hanging from the ceiling fan.
Construction work across from the clinic.
Water tap in Thomassique.
Wisguens in front of his house.
Brothers and sisters in front of their home.
Inside their house.
Youngest sibling on the family--1 month old.
Mama said I should adopt her baby.
Onis--he had surgery at the clinic the year before.
Arm amputee getting some food after his surgery.
He has a lipoma in his lip.
After surgery--much better.
Assisting my father on another hernia.
Dr. Farr closing on the mastectomy.
Repairing a cleft lip.
With Rigot and Down (translators).
Dad with mastectomy patient.
On the way back to the DR.
Tres Ojos (caves) in Santo Domingo.