The work is coming along rapidly now on our South American home in Puerto Cayo, Ecuador. Dana and I are getting more eager each day to take make the trip exactly four months from today.
Ours is not the only home under construction in the Manabi Province. To view photos of the beautiful coastal Las Palmas development, please see www.laspalmasecuador.com and read about our friends, Gary and April Scarborough who are developing this land we call the New West.
Front of the house with the second floor balcony (right) and patio (left) taking shape.
Back door entrance and cement has made it all around the first level.
Northwesterly view facing the Pacific, and the forms on the third-floor rooftop patio are in place. Going to be a great elevated view from there.
Stairway up to master suite has been mudded.
This guy is doing a really neat job. As you can see, electrical and water lines are actually buried in the cement walls. The cement helps regulate the house temperature. It can get hot on the coast one degree south of the equator.
Mudding another electrical line.
Smoothing the exterior south wall.
South wall ground level complete.
Mixing at the machine. It’s the “dry season” in Ecuador. You can tell by the overcast skies.
Please see today’s additional posts @ http://wp.me/p2bjEC-Aw and http://wp.me/s2bjEC-2311
Came across this photo from a fellow blogger.
Yes, this is a man with self-assurance.
I must have the jacket. If anyone comes across this stylish masterpiece, please tell me where I can get it!
See the original post (and a much better quality of the photo) from Project 40 here: http://wp.me/1Y20X
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