Even in Panama things happen. Eventually.
Two-hundred-and-some-odd truckloads of 'tosca', a gravel and sand mix, have been dumped on the road between Rovira Arriba and our Roca Milagro site. The photograph above shows a grader spreading it out over the one and a half kilometer distance. It will then be compacted and will be our contribution to the Rovira Arriba and Rovira Abajo communities. Aren't we nice? It will, of course, also mean that those who buy lots from us won't be breaking axles on the former ruts and potholes.
The gate/entranceway area has been graded. Because there are already massive stone walls everywhere on the property, we want to stay consistent with that theme. Stone masons are now building similar walls at the approach to where the entranceway to the community will be. That process is shown in the photograph above.
I am sitting right now in our Cocktails in Boquete bar. My partner Pete, the guy who actually runs the place, is shown in the photograph above. He is an interesting and colourful character and we get along well. I like his taste in art too . . . nudge, nudge, wink, wink. All we have to do now is make some money with the bar. I'm sure that will come eventually.
More as I have time.
Note to Mark: Outbound email relay isn't working here, so I'll connect when I get back, unless you know of a magic fix that hasn't yet occurred to me.