Water Drops in the Times of COVID
Last week we split into two teams to cover multiple canyons, while facing temperatures of over 125°.
Death Valley is a National Park, and on the same day recorded temperatures of 130°. The Imperial Valley desert canyons reached just about the same temperature as Death Valley, yet no news comes from this area, since it is not a desirable, destination location.
People hike for fun in extreme temperatures in Death Valley to test their endurance and stamina or for the ‘gram, while those crossing into the United States walk through this inhospitable terrain for survival.
Thank you to everyone on our team who keeps coming out week after week and putting their bodies on the line to do some good. No matter the weather, nor how extreme the temperatures get, we have not, and will never leave the desert. As long as people are crossing through, we’ll be there. While the temperatures are still extreme, we are only taking experienced Water Drop volunteers for the time being. Thank you all for your patience. As soon as we can safely take new volunteers we will. For the meanwhile, sharing posts and making donations allow us to continue our work, and be efficient as possible.
For any questions about Water Drops or our Water Drops during Covid, reach out to Water Drop Program Co-Director James Cordero, email@example.com. Thank you for your continued support! Link in bio to donate to our work.
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