We left Atlanta on time and arrived in Tegucigalpa on time. We ate lunch at the airport and headed out towards the Agalta Valley.  We arrived at our hotel for the night, cleaned up and headed down to the bar for our last beer for a few days.  We ate dinner at a long table and enjoyed hearing about what to expect for the next day.  Our fearless leader, Wilderness Bob, had already prepared us for some of the projects we would be responsible for.  We would be putting in floors, building latrines, building a wall behind the elementary school, building a counseling center at the middle school and putting in water filtration systems to homes in Coluco, San Carlos, Los Delicios and Buenos Aires (Honduras) in the Agalta Valley, State of Olancho.  Those who would rather not do manual labor would be working with the children in various projects, including crafts, singing, pictures, etc.  We had 36 members on our team, so this was a lot to accomplish.

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About lynntclarke

I am an attorney by trade, but love to travel. I am in my "golden" years and decided to blog about some of my trips, mainly to keep a diary of my experiences, so that I can do picture books for my travels and remember what I did each day. When you travel, you tend to forget the day before as you are having such wonderful new experiences. The blog will be there forever, I suppose, but memories fade fast. I hope you learn something worthwhile as you read. If not, then that is okay, too. Enjoy your own travels!!!

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