I remember when we lived in Maine, we had occasional droughts, and we had to measure the depth of the water in our well regularly. I thought that water supply was one thing that we would never have to consider here in Shell, Ecuador, “on the edge of the rain forest.”
I was wrong.
Ecuador is experiencing their worst drought in decades. Since Ecuador is so dependent on hydro-electric power, the government has begun to ration electricity. We have had the power turned off for 4-6 hours most every day.
A while ago, we had issues with the water supply as well. We are still keeping an eye on that.
Please join us in praying for rain.