Our friends Andrea and Beto from Casa Al Revez in Copey came by this morning to hike our trails. They have two groups of volunteers who are arriving in January and they're looking for an interesting project for their volunteers to work on. They had asked us a few months back to think of possible repairs, building fences or other structures that we might need. Kevin and I thought about it and we decided we'd love the volunteers to make directional signs and colourful benches along our trails and maybe even a map so our guests can feel secure they won't get lost when exploring our forest trails. Also, some trails are easier than others so maybe we can colour code them to indicate level of difficulty.
We led Andrea and Beto on several of our trails and they both had great ideas! After our hour-and-a-half hike, we came in for lunch (I made pizza, guacamole and fresh-squeezed orange juice). They stayed a few hours and we talked about all the possibilities. It will be interesting to see what they come up with. Unfortunately, it won't get done before our next two sets of guests arrive next week.
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