Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Tsunami Cleanup in the Tohoku, Japan

Pictures of my time in Ofunato with All Hands Volunteers. Story to follow:

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5 comments:

Angela said...

It's terrible what happened in Japan. I'm in Shanghai and we really felt it, the teachers in our university were visibly shocked.

Laura Hughes said...

The world needs more people that are going to actually get up and do something. Thank you for helping to contribute to the solutions we all look for.

Anonymous said...

Randomly stumbled on here. Good stuff! I was in Otsuchi, Kamaishi and Kirikiri for recovery work too.

Learn Kanji said...

Man... what happened was really horrible but... Japan is Japan. They've been hit with terrible catastrophes before and always come back, always rising stronger.

Japan is truly an example of self-improvement! Go Japan!!

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