Fourteen-year-old Kaden, with the Mobility Worldwide Team, left to distribute PET carts in Ouanaminthe, a border town between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. On the way, they stop in Dondon to meet more cart recipients. See the trip through Kaden’s perspective below.
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Monday, 0500 hours.
Kaden: We hit the road early to distribute Mobility carts. Twyla stayed back at the campus and continued to cut out parts for the reusable diaper operation. The rest of us stopped in Dondon for a breakfast of eggs, bread, and sugary coffee. We also gave three crank carts away in Dondon. Two to the locals and one to a handicap facility for later distribution. It was a bouncy trip; my dad and I got ticketed for sitting on the top of the truck cab, the officials said that it made their country look bad if foreigners were sitting on top of the truck cab. They let Herby (ebby) and Watson sit on top of the truck though.