Our 2nd Trip To Deliver Food To Flood Victims

We are leaving our port in a few minutes headed for Iquitos, where we will onload close to 3 1/2 tons of food and Pastor Caleb and 8 Tigers to help us with the work this week, and then head on downriver to the island areas, where the flooding is the greatest.  Since our trip […]
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2012 Flooding In Iquitos

The Amazonia of Perú has two large rivers: the Ucayali that runs south to north along the eastern side of the Andes, and the Marañon that starts in the mountains and runs north and then east. These two rivers converge south of Iquitos and then become the Amazon River. Every year in the rainy season, […]
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Trip Report: Taking Food To the People of the Floods

  Friday, March 30, 2012 (For you who would rather see just a summary, please scroll nearly to the bottom.) We left our port in Nina Rumi with two friends from Free Chapel, Gene and Robin Willis, who had come to assist with this team, and traveled to Iquitos to the naval base where we […]
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