Everything has been a challenge on this trip but God has protect and provided thru it all. We arrived with 13 out of the 55 plus bins we started with. Our food and med supplies are still in transit. We have been well cared for by UN security details. I have a new friend, Klaus from Austria. He comes by daily to check on our needs and is now bringing us seriously injured patients that can't wait and sit in the hallways of hospital for days. Yesterday was the first day the doctors could go help at the Hinche Hospital. They worked all day till after 10 PM. I went to hospital in afternoon. Almost everyone has severely broken legs the x rays are crazy. Their legs were crushed as the tried to escape the buildings. By afternoon I was gathering power drills from HEF's tool room for orthopedic surgeons to use. This morning we worked with orthopedic doctor to build a special platform support device for operation on child with broken pelvis and legs. The villages and towns are filling up with hundreds of thousands of refugees from PAP. A tiny poor village (Bohac) near hear has 1000 refuges alone. Haitian Churches are trying to mobilize with their limited resources in the area. I have met so many that have lost their homes and entire families. It is so very sad. Many of Haiti's doctors and med students were killed in PAP. The Medical Universities are all gone. Thanks for all of your prayers and support at home and work. We will be very busy the next few days with the rest of our team finally arriving plus new med team from Idaho. So I won't be able to write again for a while.