OK ... so about 80% of the plastic is up and Rick has started sculpturing garden beds to serve as the entrance to the greenhouse. In the language of Permaculture, there is a beautiful bamboo "key hole" to the greenhouse amidst a rock garden. The greenhouse is about 36 meters (about 100 feet) long and 10 meters (about 30 feet) wide. There are more and more seeds and plants being prepared for planting. Mike is helping fill soil bags. The work oxen arrived at the farm. They were trained by Vivian's father and he walked them over today from his home in Argentina, about 5km away. They got their first work at FRP helping to haul some wood and other things. We will call them Cheech and Chang. Over the weekend we had very nice overnight guests, Christophe and Sakura and baby Noah. They live in San Jose, but are from Canada. They just wanted to chill for a long weekend. They loved the food, and the place and the waterfalls and the cheese-making. Lauren's cooking was incredibly delicious. Alonso, our lawyer, and his mom came to the farm. Her 1st visit. She really loved the place. Who knows, maybe they are interested in building a home here ... Pura Vida. Paulo
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