|Along the roadside. Women at a tap stand getting water. I liked|
the water cans.
|water running across the road we had to travel on to get to Chanute|
|A bridge we had to cross to get there.|
|A closer look at bridge. I saw this and said, I'm not going across|
this. We stopped and Mike and I got out and walked across,
going and coming. Too dangerous for me. Soon it will fall apart.
|Hillside at lower elevation|
|tapstand at lower school|
|Mike on the trail. Thank goodness for|
walking sticks. They did help a lot.
|Farmer plowing his field. Only way to do this on a|
|School children at the upper school. Almost the top of the|
|hiking group consisting of Mike and Betty Wasuita|
behind Mike is Panna Khadgi(our water monitor for
this project) and the rest are water committee members
|village woman. They wear jewels in their nose and carry|
heavy loads with a strap around their head.
|Cutting down a big tree in the mountains. Could take awhile|