We spent an interesting, challenging, exhausting, and fulfilling day in the small town of San Juan Mirador. The scenery was gorgeous--right out of National Geographic. The ¨clinic¨space left a bit to be desired, with no lighting, two windows and very little draft. But once we got going, there wasn´t much time to think our own comfort. We saw 72 patients with respiratory ailments, skin problems, a knee gone bad, and lots of darling babies with runny noses. Jim, Carol, and Sara made a ¨house call¨ to a woman who was in terrible pain. Using cell phones and ingenuity, we sent her by car to a hospital ER for testing. At times, it was a little crowded with complete families needing to be seen by our medical personnel. On the trip back to San Lucas Toliman, we ventured onto the ¨Paseo Misterioso¨ ... Mysterious Pass... This road is one for the for Ripley´s Believe it or Not as we experienced a magnetic phenomenon where the driver stopped, put the car in neutral, and let go of the brakes. We were on quite an incline, yet the truck rolled backward uphill by itself. All Soul´s Day prank? We actually don´t think so, because all 10 of us witnessed it. Last night we sang to Nancy´s proficient guitar strumming on the balcony of our hotel. We sang lots of songs--some even with rather nice harmony, if we do say so ourselves. Jim says we´ll soon be in the studio to record. Just kidding. And speaking of kidding, Guatemala brings out the best/worst jokes and humor, and we laugh whenever we´re not sleeping. Thanks for being here with us in spirit! We can feel your prayers and support as we are ¨Moved to Serve.¨- Carol.