The rains start everyday at 3pm sharp, there's a lot of lightening which means we have to stop working (holding 30 foot metal rods in a storm es no bueno). Meaning we have to get up early to put in a full day of work, so i present to you the sunrise shot outside the front door of my house, 6:00am, the mountian in the back is the volcano that i work on the flanks of
On the drive up the mtn we get a view (occasionally) of the 5th largest mountain in North America
I got new boots while down here, Winter Camo - check that shit out, if i were climbing the mountain in the last picture you wouldn't see half my legs
we decided that a picture to start every morning was necessary for good measure. Adan and I are both very sick of work (pinche trabajo) and this is what gets us excited after the hour and a half of boring 4x4 driving which is then followed by the hour hike into the site. Los dos amigo son muy fuertes
Can't really complaine all that much when this is my office though
A little west coast love for all my west coast homies out there. KB for life!
Wait for it, waaaaait for it....ok there it is, another day of work
We went to the beach and i decided i wanted some sun so i didn't put on sun screen, i was stupid, my new name became "el hombre con boltas blancas y piel de rojo" the man with white boots and red skin
This is my view from the sofa that i'm sitting on as i type this...
Rio Xico - this is a sweet river foro boating from what i hear (obviously not this section)
The gorge below the falls
I grew up in a place with no lizards so they utterly facinate me. They're so damn fast.
Walking into the drill site, this is what i walk through. The corn in the field is used to make tortillas. When we stay at the Casita (cabinita) (see photos below) we eat at Leonedes house where we eat tortillias from last seasons crop - its pretty amazing to see how these people live.