Hot, Sweaty, and Ready to Work

We arrived in Honduras today after a very pleasant flight from Atlanta even though the team was running on no sleep!

We made it through customs in San Pedro Sula pretty quickly (and with all of our luggage)! Then we loaded all the trunks and suitcases on top of a truck and got in a van to drive the hour and a half to Quimistan. On the way, we got to experience first hand how the locals drive. (It was very exciting!) It was eye opening to see all the people and houses in the villages that we drove through to get to the ranch that we are staying at.

When we arrived we were greeted by Sandra, one of the cooks, with a big hug. We got to enjoy tortilla chips with a meat/potato compote and a yummy homemade salsa. Then we toured the area stopping at all of the sites that HAF is active in. We stopped by Tejeres, where the feeding programs for the children take place, then we toured the Quimistan hospital that Martha (the owner of where we are staying) helped fund. Then we traveled to the site of the children’s home that the Turnipseeds are working to build. It was a beautiful location, surrounded by mountains, and Sam explained all the plans that they are hoping to put in place in the future.

We can’t wait to see what God has in store for tomorrow! (Hopefully a cold front 🙂

In Christ,
Sarah & Erin

(And snaps to Jim for the pictures)

3 thoughts on “Hot, Sweaty, and Ready to Work

  1. Your first notice of the cold front will be when you face the shower. That’s always an eye-opener.All of us up here send our regards to our friends you will meet in Honduras. Give and receive lots of hugs. We are all eager to see what God has been planning. You have the fun of watching for it.Allen B.


  2. Glad to see the welcoming committee of cows was on hand! Beware of Sam and his plans…..they are grand to God be the glory! You are all in our prayers.Tu hermana en Cristo, roxanne


  3. Love the photos! Looks like you had quite the welcoming committee yesterday. Hope you were as well received today. Looking forward to hearing about your first full day – know it was a good one. Lots of people are praying for you and following your blog. – Andrea


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