Scenes from Lima, on to Nasca

Our high tech spray glue hood.

Our high tech spray glue hood.

Yesterday was our last clinic day at Yancana Huasy, and we needed to clear out our space in the church so they could prepare to use it for the weekend. This meant finishing work by 4 pm to start packing up. Several kids will have their wheelchairs completed next week by the Yancana Huasy team, who will continue to fit many more wheelchairs in the coming weeks.

After the packing we had a wonderful night out at Kasa Mama, a traditional Peruvian buffet, celebrating a week of hard work and lots of personal and professional growth for all of us.

This morning we head south to Nasca, a 7 hour drive counting the lunch stop in Canete. There will be time to rest, re-group and view the famous Nasca Lines before we start another round of education and clinics with Equip KIDS and their partners, the Lions Club.

A typical scene in the wheelchair workshop where fabrication takes place.

A typical scene in the wheelchair workshop where fabrication takes place.

Stefany hangs out with volunteers in her postural care arrangement.

Stefany hangs out with volunteers in her postural care arrangement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ed is looking forward to saying goodbye to the flight of 18 steps he has ascending to our lodging at El Caminante every night!

Ed is looking forward to saying goodbye to the flight of 18 steps he has ascended to our lodging at Hostal El Caminante every night!

 

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