Welcome to the Weekend Edition of Woodhaven Chronicles!

This is one of the many burn patients who come to the WN/P burn clinic.  He was severely burned in an electrical accident.  The burns on his arm are apparent, but he also suffered extensive burns to his upper legs.  Without the services of this project, his prognosis for a good recovery would be greatly diminished.
This is one of the many burn patients who come to the WN/P burn clinic. He was severely burned in an electrical accident. The burns on his arm are apparent, but he also suffered extensive burns to his upper legs. Without the services of this project, his prognosis for a good recovery would be greatly diminished.
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A custom-fit garment is applied to the healing burns on his arm. This special garment helps prevent the healing skin from contracting and becoming non-pliable.
At crater's edge of the Masaya Volcano.  As you can see, it is still active.
At crater’s edge of the Masaya Volcano. As you can see, it is still active.
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Ellie and I at the Masaya volcano
The Momotombo volcano as seen from the Masaya volcano
The Momotombo volcano as seen from the Masaya volcano
Angels of the Masaya Market
Angels of the Masaya Market
The Masaya Volcano with a plume of smoke and fumes.
The Masaya Volcano with a plume of smoke and fumes.

 

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3 comments on “Welcome to the Weekend Edition of Woodhaven Chronicles!

  1. So beautiful. If I’d taken the shot of the market girls I’d be starting a painting right now! Thanks for sharing your adventure and good work, Gary and Ellie. The photos are amazing and I look forward to seeing your blog in my inbox.

  2. Ah yes, Halliburton! It is going to be hard to wait to spend time with you two. I know Amy and Max are spending quality time now also. Safe journey.

  3. Thanks for sharing Gary. Glad that you and Ellie are able to have this experience. Miriam and I remember well looking into the Masaya volcano and the strong odor!

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