Yesterday was a day of recooperation for both teams from the hard work they’ve done this week. About half the team spent the afternon by the pool at the Visa Hotel, while the other half just relaxed here at PID, flipping through pictures from this week and reflecting about the trip as a whole. Two team members even brought hammocks with them, which they put up yesterday for the team members to enjoy. The team also found a freshly laid chicken’s egg in the Triage room. For those of you who’ve never been here, chickens roam pretty freely around PID, although they do not usually enter into the clinic rooms. Apparently, one chicken not only made it into the Triage room but also laid an egg under Marcy’s desk. Lizzy, Dan and a few others didn’t miss this opportunity to try “Ze peyi”, or domestic eggs (touted by the Haitians as the world’s best). They scrambled this fresh, delicious treat, and are now believers. Paul and company continued to work long hours on the clinic roof to finish the framing before they leave tomorrow, and without interfering with the clinic’s patients. We expect the structure to be finished this afternoon, and to be “hurricane proof”, but the surface material of the roof itself will have to be finished by a future team.