those we seek to serve.
Today we have all been given a lesson in patience - as for the first time in
five trips our plans have changed due to travel delays.
Actually the second time, as the seven landslides in Tibet the last time
were certainly a delay. However, it was more exciting to dig out of mud with
Monks than sit for hours in the only airport in the world that sells NO
Everyone has been wonderful and a special compliment to our two seventeen
year old travelers (and Deb) who have made the most of it and been a joy and
motivation for the rest of the team.
Right now the plan and best option is to take an 11:30 pm flight to Kunming
and then fly to LiJiang at 7:30 am and we will be back on schedule.
On the last trip digging through the landslides I set a simple rule - never
travel to China without an ISU engineer. This year, confirmation of the
baseline for our teams - never travel without people who know the language
and how to work within the system.