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    with the rains starting, brick production has come to an end until the dry season returns. i visited 7 places before i was uble to score the last 67 bricks. i had half a brick left over from what i needed to finish for the monsoons. i wanted more to do some landscape work, but at least i have a jump on next season.
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    Very nice...you should be proud.
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    Very well done, great looking place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwah2249 View Post
    Very well done, great looking place!
    thanks. finishing off the stone floors this week and the door dude just dropped off his wares to install tomorrow. i'm just stoked. with what he's done. i think i will lay one of melissa's lasagnas on him.

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    Very nice.

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    Looks great! Though our monsoons aren't as prolonged as Nicaragua's, I sympathize. I've been doing some construction here and the rain has been making it a miserable experience.

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    i think i will lay one of melissa's lasagnas on him.
    I'm bringing 6 lasagnas to you today, so you'll have plenty to share. I shared some ice cream with my neighbor's cuidador the other day. He was helping me put up covers over the raised beds and when I dropped my phone outa' my pocket without realizing it, he brought it to me when he found it. When I paid him for the work, I handed him some caramel ice cream with choc chips and chunks of PB. He looked at me weird, so I explained to him that if I had dropped that phone in Ochomogo, the guys I had working back then would've stolen it. I told him I appreciated his honesty and the ice cream was my way of saying thank you. Not sure he got all that in my crappy Spanish, but I know he enjoyed the ice cream!
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    Nice Job BC. You have quite a talent.
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