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Last Night in Seguin

Tonight most of the group is too busy to blog.

BearBearenger Petrella ~ Our last full day in Seguin was full of adventure.  We woke up and had a great breakfast.  After eating, the team loaded up the cars and headed out for ‘Ryan’s Peak.’  We drove through a forest like area up to the peak.  When we got there we were amazed with the view.  Everyone took pictures and watched the clouds until it was time to leave.  We then drove to the water source and learned about it.  The water comes from a spring and is immediately contaminated with bat waste.  We walked down to a small waterfall and took photos again.  We explored the area until it was time for lunch.  We ate by our cars and we were soon off to the rectory.  Everyone was very tired so some of us took a small nap.  We went outside and played with the kids.  We went inside for our last dinner in Seguin.  I will definitely miss Seguin, and I hope to come back again on this trip.

Abby RAbby Rakus ~ Today, we had an action-packed day; yet, it’s also sad to realize it’s our last day here in Seguin. The first thing we did was journey up the mountains to ‘Ryan’s Peak’. Along the way, it looked very familiar to life back in Michigan. The view was absolutely amazing! You can see so much from high up in the mountains! Then, after taking pictures, we got back in the cars and headed to see a water source that had a small waterfall. Next, we ate lunch in the forest and arrived back at the rectory. A lot of us decided to take a nap due to tiredness. After that, we went outside to play with the kids. We just finished our last dinner in Seguin. Can’t believe we’ll be back home in Michigan in the next few days…this trip’s gone by SO fast!

5 thoughts on “Last Night in Seguin”

  1. Were you guys sad when you finally had to leave? What was it like playing with the kids? I bet it would be loads of fun. I hope you guys had a good time, and thank you for taking time out of your lives to help the Haitian people.

  2. Sounds like you guys had a lot of fun. I’m sure the views are amazing. Thank you for using your own time to help others out!

  3. Bear, sounds like you saw some amazing scenery! I’m sure you saw some great things you never could see in Michigan. I can imagine it was a great experience being able to play with the children.

  4. Sounds like you guys had a lot of fun but also help the people in Haiti. Thank you for using your time and talents to help those in need.

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