Beware…..Gators at work!!

An amazing day working. I can’t say enough how blessed I feel as a chaperone to see these amazing young women travel far from home to give if their time. They have learned so much already and have worked so hard despite the heat, humidity and strong winds!!! Gators- really are amazing!!!

Gators in El Trapiche, Nicaragua

The before work stretched lead by our daily leadership groups.

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Sifting sand for cement! Wow-, cross fit- you’ve got NOTHIN on this exercise!!!

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An Aunt happy to share the experience with her neice!

image Working in the slide for the kiddos! Tamping is the hardest job but great biceps are in progress.

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Making cement by hand…. Any projects at home mom and dad???? 😉

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About xcpgator

I am lucky enough to be a mother of two wonderful children, a teacher to hundreds of talented students and a coach. There is nothing like traveling to an amazing place and watching hearts open to new experiences and people. This is why I am so passionate about our trip to Nicaragua with Me to We. I hope you enjoy reading about our adventures!
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3 Responses to Beware…..Gators at work!!

  1. Colette and Kirk says:

    Chloe, we love seeing you get to know the business end of a shovel! We love you very much. Looks like a great experience.

  2. Nicole Karren says:

    Orangetheory, Nicaragua style!! Looks like hard work but they’re all smiling! Great pictures – thanks!!

  3. Jenn Blake says:

    Sure, we can find a project for you, Quinn! 🙂 Looks like the group is hitting its stride and having some fun too – great photos!

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