…and imagination and drive.
I liked where they thought he was crazy until they heard reggae! Oh, maybe he’s not crazy! LOL! I like these underdog kind of stories!
Yeah, I liked that too. It could’ve been some political talk nonsense or sports spewage or whatever, but nope, it was some good local reggae 😉
I wonder what it says about how to help communities and how the community itself will likely know what is most needed and what is most available. As he said, they had wind.
I think it’s a very cool story.
Jeff, thanks for sharing this one. The whole concept of locally-sensitive sustainable technology is really cool to me. Reminds me of the well pumps Steve M has been working with in Haiti.
Like you said, he as a member of the community determined what was needed and set out to find the resources to make it happen.
Thanks for stopping by, Stan! Yes, there were a couple of people I thought about and Steve is certainly one.
Of course it helps when the runner stands there like a deer staring into headlights. I have never seen one live and the fact that this has only been the 14th one in the history of MLB suggests