We begin day 2 with breakfast at Adonai House, last night a large group came in late and they helped fill the dining area. Speaking with one of the women in the group helped me to understand just how much more people are willing to do. This lady and her husband have been coming here for 4 years now. He is an enginneer and they bring recently graduated engineering students with them for a specific task. They go to many villages and begin a project that will keep them occupied for the next 6 months. The villagers many times have to walk many miles to a site to get water and then carry it back in cans that are most likely not very sanitary, in fact the water they are getting is, many times, swampy water. The situation is obviously not ideal but that is what it is. Now enter these folks, they will go to multiple villages, find springs in the jungle and then enginner a way for this water to be piped to the villages. By the end of thier 6 month visit the village will have a spigot at each building and no one will be carrying water further than 500 feet. An amazing project and very humbling for someone like me who is here for 14 days or so. I am amazed by the love and generosity of people who will give like this. I do not know that I could leave everything for 6 months and live in a tent eating rice and beans for each meal.
Our day will be out exploring, I do think there is a Jungle hike involved and our first run through Kampala in daylight, pray for us :).