|Way more skill than my rock walls|
For my last month in Thailand, I was mostly working on a new staff house. It's a stilt house, so I got to / had to learn lots while working on it - Damlawa and I teaching each other again. Don't tell to compo guys: we found that the safest way to work when on the floor joists or roof beams was barefoot.
|Another common form of stairs|
I'm amazed that I got any work done after discovering more nice caves...
About getting work done: a local crew just finished another stilt house, and another crew finished most of the work in and around the school and cafeteria. It was good to see projects that had gone hoarse from begging for attention finally get finished.
There were a couple nice changes during my last few weeks in Thailand. The teak trees put out there new leaves, so the dead-looking forests are starting to look alive again.
|opposite of maple: the leaves start red and turn green|
On a side-mirror note: birds responding to the twins they can't quite reach can provide comic relief.
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