The seasons are changing here in Guanacaste. The rainy season is upon us. It’s a slower start than what we expected, but the little rain we’ve had so far has been painting the landscape a luscious, deep green, and foliage is growing, seemingly overnight. Yesterday morning, under the overcast sky on our way to Spanish lessons, Greg and I both felt a hint of “autumn” in the air. Yes, it’s spring, but since the seasons are a bit opposite here, it only makes sense. No, it didn’t make me want to go put on my wooly sweater and boots, but it was a nice change. The days are still hot, but seem to be gradually cooling down just a bit.

The House is going up quite fast. All the walls are up now, and when the crew comes back from their weekend they’ll be starting the roof over the kitchen and the second floor training space over the communal (living) room, where the view is fantastic. So, it still looks like we are on target for our early 2012 opening date!

Enjoy the show! (To control the slideshow, roll your mouse over the picture.)

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4 Responses to “AUTUMN IN COSTA RICA?”

  1. Toni Says:

    This is so exciting!!!

  2. Michael Says:

    Holy Mackerel (Andy)!!!!!!
    You guy’s must be SO jazzed! Keep posting!
    Thanks 🙂

  3. Sandra Phocas Says:

    Wow–it’s looking beautiful!

  4. Pat Says:

    The spaces are beautiful. I am so very happy for you…and for us…..when we come to visit 🙂 Was just in CO last week, thought of you both on our hikes – enjoy the adventure.

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