Monthly Archives: March 2014

Returning to Whidbey

(Post in progress) Leaving Yaku It’s odd that when I was traveling to Yaku I felt like I was going home; and now as I’m about to depart for Whidbey, I feel like I’m going home too. It was hard … Continue reading

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Computers, internet in Yaku

Six years ago, when I first returned to Yaku, Mohan Dhakal, a teacher, proposed to me that he would help the school get a couple computers if I would fund the project. Seemed worthwhile. Up my alley. My best social … Continue reading

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The Village Engineer

If you are new to this blog, it will make more sense if you click on “Menu”, at the top, then read the page “About this blog” . This is the village engineer showing me the transit he used to … Continue reading

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