Monthly Archives: July 2011

Ishinomaki

[Lots of pictures and videos below…] We made several trips of increasing length to Ishinomaki. This is where the B-1 group led by Chad Huddleston has been focusing relief efforts since March 15th or 16th! We worked in an area … Continue reading

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Sendai, Miyagi

I was able to visit Sendai four times over the eight weeks. Larry, Bobby and I stopped there briefly one night on the way from Tono, Iwate to Mito, Ibaraki. Larry and I returned later during the survey trip to … Continue reading

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Chronology of Summer 2011

[My plan is to link the various place names to separate posts about each place we visited or worked, so check back for updates.] May 18-26: Survey trip with Bobby Moore and Larry Musick Bobby Moore of Bread for a … Continue reading

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We Need Some Micaiahs

Well, we’re back from Japan. It was an amazing eight weeks in many ways. I sent my kids to Sapporo and they came back fluent in Japanese. We made many new friends, and found our hearts torn all over the … Continue reading

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