I enjoyed reading the inspiring story about the Stephens family and their plan to install solar panels in a remote village in New Guinea. I love the photos, which show the family in the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden at Stanford University. Your readers might like to know that the garden is open all hours every day to the public and has free admission. Docents give free tours of the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden on the third Sunday of every month at 2 pm, rain or shine. The garden, with 40 works in wood and stone, is on the Stanford campus at Santa Teresa and Lomita Drive. Parking is free evenings and weekends.
Thank you for letting Santa Clara residents know about the Stephens family’s planned adventure, and I hope you will report on their trip after they return.