If you have read Wake Up Barbara! And Help Me Find This Snake!, you may wish to read additional information about topics in the book. Click on the below links to read more about:
Ralph's efforts to generate methane, as well as his experiences with electrical, mechanical, HAM radio, welding, and other technical facets of our life in the Dominican Republic.
The history of Santana Hospital, which was built out of the funds received when Hurricane David destroyed La Posada.
Details about the medical project at Sabana Grande de Boya, Dominican Republic, in June, 1997. This includes project orientation, project description, and comments of some of the participants in the closing meeting.
The story of Teresa, the Haitian patient at Sabana Grande de Boya, who in 1997 suffered an Addisonian Crisis after routine surgery. Dr. Mary Gootjes and Dr. Waldon Garris write about their experiences, treating Teresa's condition, and her miraculous recovery.
Portions of EAPE Newsletters (Tony Campolo's organization) from the years Ralph and Barbara were in the Dominican Republic.
Details about Hurricane David, including newspaper articles, and the remembrances of the Shannon family.
A day at the eye clinic in Santo Domingo, 1996.
More of John Shannon's history with Medical Group Missions, and the Shannon family's experiences during Trujillo's rule in the Dominican Republic.
Look at photographs of people and places in this book. Included are photo albums of La Posada in the 1970's, another of La Posada in '96 and '97, a 1975 medical project, the 1978 eye project, Terri's and Barbara's 1996 trip, the 1997 Sabana Grande project, and personalities mentioned in the book, both in the 70's and the 90's,
Read updates on people and places in this book.
Read how characters in the book react to it (Mike, Peggy Campolo, Joan Shannon, John & Sheila Shannon).
If you are brave, and not terribly picky about the truth, read Ralph's entertaining history of the Dominican Republic.
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