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Project KTM eve

Posted: 9th May 2013 by greg in Uncategorized

Continued sleep deprivation and jet lag could not keep me this morning from rising early and joining Dan on the patio of our modest hotel for coffee and immediately diving into discussions and final prepping for our 2-day clinics and 1 day tournament. After about an hour of rigorous fine tuning and scribbling of notes, […]

Can’t wait

Posted: 7th May 2013 by greg in Uncategorized

Greg and WAW volunteer Maralyn have successfully made it to Hong Kong and will be boarding their flight to KTM tonight.  Have seen the wonderful posts and pictures of Dan’s successful arrival, and can’t wait to hit the court on Friday!

On a sunny and warm Tuesday afternoon (local Nepal time) Dan is greeted at the airport by Michael Rosenkrantz and Bishnu & Bikram of Nature Trails Tours and Trekking, and Bharat Kargee of Nepal Wheelchair Rugby Association.      

Dan Prepares for the Trip to Nepal

Posted: 5th May 2013 by dan in Uncategorized

Early Sunday morning, May 5, 2013, Dan will begin the long journy to Kathmandu….with many airline transfers, long layovers and a huge amount of excitement at meeting and working with the wonderful people of Nepal. He arrives Tuesday, May 7 and will hopefully meet Michael Rosenkrantz and Bishnu at the airport in KTM (a short form […]

Back in USA

Posted: 30th December 2011 by peter in Uncategorized

Hello all! I hope you all get to look at these amazing photos! Many I had not seen until today. I arrived in NY after a marathon of travel that included a 4 hour flight from Vizak a 12 hour wait at Dehli international and a 14 hour flight to ny. Suffice to say still […]

Amar Jyoti Day 1

Posted: 25th December 2011 by peter in Uncategorized

Blogging has been difficult. But today was truly amazing day in Dehli. We went to a school that practices full inclusion and at the same time we were hoping to donate the chairs a famous Bollywood star by the name of Amir Kahn showed up to work on a documentary. Mr. Kahn was good enough […]

A Brooklyn morning

Posted: 22nd December 2011 by peter in Uncategorized

Tuesday morning: 9:15 am Very grey here in New York but I woke up feeling better then I have in months. The stress of getting ready for this project seems to be completely gone and in its place is anticipation of seeing smiles on faces when people get to play in sports chairs for the […]

The big apple

Posted: 21st December 2011 by peter in Uncategorized

5pm in Brooklyn, Ny my birthplace. Got to love the energy of New York. Bags collected and chairs slowly came out with one backrest missing but found on the last chair hanging by some Velcro brought a smile back to my face. Will tape backrest on prior to departure tomorrow. Mr. John Hamre was right […]

Travel Begins

Posted: 21st December 2011 by peter in Uncategorized

6am and my 1st blog ever. Yesterday was spent organizing chairs and final touches and a early thanksgiving feast with the fam. Supracor cushions look awesome on chairs! Two time paralympian Kaitlyn Verfuerth met me at my house at 3 am to help drive me up to Phoenix. Thanks Kaitlyn! Just as we were getting […]

Special Thanks!

Posted: 30th November 2011 by dan in Exciting News, Uncategorized

There are many people to thank for making the India Project actually come together and happen, but we want to specially thank Michael Rosenkrantz and Shelley Hockensmith for all their energy, dedication, hard work and assistance. Michael was instrumental in coordinating and organizing the clinic at Amar Jyoti, and in arranging for lodging with AADI […]