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Dan Reilly, left, and his dad, Dr. T.J. Reilly, right, tower over a Peruvian lady from the rural mountain village where the medical mission set up. According to T.J. Reilly, many of the people don't smile for pictures, not because of decaying teeth but because of superstition. (Photo courtesy Reilly Family)
This family brought their own shade while waiting to see the medical professionals on site in Cusco, during the November Medical Ministry International mission trip. (Photo courtesy Reilly Family)
Every day of the recent Medical Ministry International mission trip, the lines started early and went into the evening as the people of Cusco waited to see the medical personnel. (Photo courtesy Reilly Family)
Dan Reilly overlooks the historic site of Machu Picchu. (Photo courtesy Reilly Family)
Dr. T.J. Reilly and his son, Dan, took a detour on their recent medical mission trip in Peru to travel to Machu Picchu. (Photo courtesy Reilly Family)
From the porch behind my uncle’s house, I watched my dad shoot a silver handgun at a makeshift target. The series of bullets scattered wood debris as they struck the base of an old oak at the forest’s edge.