The Final Update

It's the end of this adventure. Here's a recap.

Reporting from a drill

Photos and stories from my time in Guatemala

Two More Wells!

Find out all about the new wells.

3 Months On and 1 Well Built!

The first of four wells has been drilled. Check out all the details here.

The Story of the Thirsty

The story of the thirsty is not just about "them" - it is really about "us".

Facts About Water Issues

We can take access to clean water for granted. See what it's like around the globe.

Get Involved

There are so many ways to help. Start here to find out!

day 3

75 miles done – that’s 1/3 of the 225 miles I’m planing on doing. And we’re at 32% of the $50k goal (so $16k). That’s about 3 communities who will be changed in amazing ways thanks to your support. We are talking HUNDREDS of people. I know it’s far short of the almost 1 billion that need clean water. Yet it matters to those communities. Small steps.

I did my first official marathon today (26.2m). To all my friends that run marathons: I salute you.

Speaking of saluting, I’ve meet some amazing people on the trails, many who have served in the armed forces and each of them had stories of the water conditions around the world – they know what it’s like, they have seen it first hand, and I’ve had people donating right then and there – and it’s been humbling.

It’s late so I’m going to sign off here. Below are few more photos (make sure you check out the few from days 1 and 2 if you haven’t already) AND TONIGHT a video of what we are trying to build (we have them all over the trails here!)






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