Due to Hurricane Wilma, Paul and Brad had to cancel their planned trip for November, 2005 until this trip at the end of June, 2006.  What a lot of changes took place since our last pictoral photojournal entry.

As you can see to the left, not only have the walkways taken shape now the handrails, made of Manood, have begun.




Traveling farther into the garden, an area we had yet to explore prior to this visit, we were treated to the sight of one of our residents, the Sloth.  He was quite aways from where we were standing so the picture didn't come out quite as well as expected, but he was awe inspiring, nonetheless.


What follows, is a photographic record of our June, 2006
TropicRiverWoods project findings.

Our first fruit crop, fresh Cashew Apples


The footpaths continue to grow throughout the property, now somewhere around 1/2 mile in total, with more to be built.

The growth of the trees is becoming even more impressive as is the addition of understory flora

These are the new plants from our trip to David:

Some random shots of other plants blooming around the gardens:

Here are the "boys" working at the garden:

Here are some of our neighbors:

The next regularly scheduled Loma Finca Cuatro TropicRiverWoods, S.A. update will be in the either November or December, 2006, by Paul.

Paul and Brad, Your Hosts!



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