We made a visit to a remote Indian reservation way up in the mountains where only a 4x4 can get you close and the rest of the way you walk. Or should we say, clomp, because the trails are covered in thick slippery mud due to the frequent rains and jungle trees that keep the sun from drying up the path. The Indians live under tin roofs with semi closed sides of roughly hewn wood -- no electricity and no running water. Their children are often sick and there is much they could learn to help them do better in their care, hygiene and nutrition. There is a school where the missionary is teaching some of the men up to 6th grade in Spanish. We will be coordinating monthly visits there to help in teaching and training the women.