Bacon, chicken, avocados, potatoes, two portable dental chairs, two sets of dental tools, compressor, suction machine, suitcases, two kids and three adults. This Mitsubishi is a good pack mule.
some of the plant life glowing in the tropical sun.
Didn't have a hose so tried a garden hose, that blew (everyone jumped and giggled). Got Rancho de Esperanza's unit and we were in business.
One of my little friends...
Kata and one of the Calvary Chapel pastor's daughters. They are ready to clean instruments.
making new friends.
Evelyn really has a heart for kids. She has great :bedside' technique. Every patient became the dental assistant for their own work. I would have volunteered but the room was too small for me to move in well.
Lucia and Diego came along with their parents. Victor and Evelyn include them often in their work. It is good to watch this family answering the call of God.
I think Diego is getting ready to pinch his sister!
Victor doing the finishing touches preparing to examine and treat his first patient.
The blue light treatment...
Karen Rhea directing traffic. We tried and tried to get her in the chair. Like Cindy she can put off a dentist, but we got to her the second day.
Kata chatted with all the girls on the Ranch. She is planning on starting a unwed mother's home on Rancho de Esperanza, we pray next year. She is in language school in Costa Rica until December then back to Tennessee to raise support for her financial and project needs. If you want her to speak at your church I am sure I can arrange it.