Dr. Patrick took some photos of the water springs before they built the wells. Can you imagine drinking this? Now imagine serving this water to your children.
Some of the well photos are not that great of quality, but they are the very best we have so far. Soon we will have more photos of the wells, as Kara and JD have sent Dr. Patrick a geo-tagging camera. The geo-tagging will also give us the exact geographical coordinates of the wells.
Each well was built in a various location around Uganda, so all photos and wells differ. The two-pipe wells mean the spring could handle double-piping. The one-pipe wells are built on springs that can only handle one pipe. All serve an amazing purpose: providing life-saving water to hundreds and thousands of precious people.
Until I cease to see beautiful eyes staring up at a camera lens, about to fill a jug with disgusting water, I will not lose my passion for this project. Loving our neighbors as ourselves is a very simple task.
Well #1 in the Holden Uganda project, dedicated to Gwendolyn Hope Cushman.
Well #2 in the Holden Uganda project, dedicated to Dylan Layne Virdell.
Well #3 in the Holden Uganda project, dedicated to Noah Daniel Mahalak.
Well #4 in the Holden Uganda project, dedicated to Landry James Steele.
Well #5 in the Holden Uganda project, dedicated to Tatum Cate Thomas.
Well #6 in the Holden Uganda project, dedicated to Paityn Ann Collier.
These are photos of just 6 of the 12 wells we have completely funded. There are millions of people still in need of the gift of clean water.
Thank you for having a part in making these wells possible. We are so grateful for each and every one of you!
In His Abundant Love,
Sarah (for all of us)