Quintin was awake for about 4 hours during the night. I guess he has his days and nights confused because of the time difference. We got up, ate breakfast, and then some of the team played soccer while we waited for the van to pick us up and take us to the airport for our flight to Mekele.
Quintin slept the entire plane ride. As we flew north, we could tell from the air that all of the rivers were dried up because of the drought.
Mathewos called us up to the roof and asked if we would be interested in doing the third (final) story. I must have looked a bit overwhelmed, because he quickly assured me that it would not be nearly as costly since the cement work is already finished. The project would consist of laying cement block for the walls and classrooms, and putting a tin roof on. It would cost $50,000, and we could have 2 years to raise the money. That didn't sound nearly as challenging as the last story, $120,000 in a year and a half, so we told him we would think about it.