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The sun is hiding, and the waves are huge--but pretty!

We were sorry that our guests failed to see much sun during their visits this week, but we hope that they will all see lighter skies as they head North and South, discovering the Ecuador Coast...

 

Here's a shot of Chuck and Nancy after they had made a lot of indigenous artists happy, by buying bags of really nice pottery...

 

No sun, but really pretty waves...

 

 

It was nice to get to know Chuck and Nancy a little better.   In Cuenca, we always seem to be surrounded by happy Gringos, making conversation a little tougher...

They are a gracious couple, and we hope they return soon...

 

Posted on Sun, August 22, 2010 at 01:31PM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | Comments2 Comments

Reader Comments (2)

Bob..........maybe i missed it, but have you posted any pics showing all the boulders in front and how they have solved (or not) the losing your front yard problem? Hopefully they all settled in to do the job. The recent pics showing the big waves got me to thinking. Larry

August 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEl L

Hi Larry...the big boulders are there and doing the job. The reason that we haven't discussed it anymore is that we were under the impression that they would come back and build a seawall in our area. After eight months, we see no sign of this project. We have seen engineers measuring along the beach a couple of times, but no equipment has shown up.
The other good news is that our sand has built up four feet higher,to almost what it was before it was all wiped out last December.
The only thing that bothers us now is that we keep putting off the fence repair, because we hope that the boulders will be stacked up more neatly, first...
As usual, thanks for writing, and we hope you are staying in the cool down in the Lone Star State...
Bob & Rox

August 28, 2010 | Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne

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