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Bill Montgomery

Hope for Janou

  The time sure flies.  The garden on Ile a Vache is growing!  Besides vegetables we have planted 40 lime trees, 10 grapefruit trees, 20 sweet orange trees, 10 “cherry” trees (different than ours), AND 288 banana trees!! The food is so desperately needed.   Medical issues are a daily occurrence. …

Planting Seeds……

The days have been full, and I am so often too tired to think by the end of them. But I feel I must share with you some of what’s been going on lately. It’s been a few weeks since the team left that went to Janou. Since then, two …

“Stoning” the Hand That Feeds You….

Saturday morning, Oct. 29,  found us crossing 11 miles of undulating Caribbean turquoise going from Ile a Vache bound for the mainland coastal village of Baie du Mesle. We were scheduled to meet with a truck loaded with 4-5 tons of relief food; rice, beans, oil, corn, sugar, the most basic staples. …

A Life or Death Mission of Mercy…

The day was just breaking with a squall building in the east, the clouds dark and ominous, over the sea we would soon be crossing as we made ready the little sprit rigged sailboat we had built for a mission of mercy just such as this. With the gear stowed …