In the past, I've wanted to enter an obstacle course race, but there has never been one that fit my schedule. Since they are growing in popularity in Peru I might get my chance, but for now I'll just have medical campaigns.
Today we had a medical campaign in a poor part of Arequipa. When I arrived, the community building where we were going to see patients was locked and no one could find the keys. We considered seeing patients outside and started setting up the equipment. I noticed that the window to the bathroom was open. "Can't we just go in through there?" I asked. "No, the inside door will be locked too," was the reply from David the one directing the event. When he wasn't looking, I pulled myself up to look into the window and could see a large stack of chairs greeting me on the inside. Since it was the bathroom, I could easily hold onto the top edge of the stall and crawl down. Thankfully, the door wasn't locked and I could let everyone in to have our clinic.