I’m now sitting at gate D9 in Miami International airport, waiting for boarding to get back to DC.
Last night I met a bunch of guys from Sun Electronics and shared some great ideas with them. They are a unique bunch to say the least, but they are very interested in what is going on.
I will stay in contact with them about getting parts to build solar panels at a factory in Haiti.
I also spent a bit of time walking around in Miami yesterday, including near the American Airlines arena that was hosting a Miami Heat game later in the day.
My conclusion is that I prefer Port-Au-Prince, how weird is that.
People seem to be friendlier in Port, even if it is just a difference up looking at you and returning a hello, which didn’t happen much here.
Sorry I tapered off on the blog posts, I just grew tired as the trip went on. It will be great to be home for a bit to recharge.
My biggest priorities while I am home are to get the truck packed and ready, and to speak to as many people as possible about what God is doing down in Haiti.
If you can help me find a place to speak, please let me know.
Also, if you are in Johnstown and can let me use some welding equipment, I would also appreciate that since I left all of mine in Haiti.