Whiskey and I just lazed around for the day. I read my book and watched the crew come and do the floor for the kitchen in the new restaurant.
They did all the concrete mixing by hand. It looked like LOTS of work. It’s so funny, they just set themselves up on the side of the road, and do it right there on the road surface. They had three guys constantly mixing the concrete. Two at a time, and then when one got tired he would stand out while the third guy went in, and they would switch around like that. Meanwhile, other guys would carry the concrete in buckets from the mixing site to where another guy was spreading it on the new floor.
Ruth and Mary had a successful day shopping, and Ruth came back with two swimsuits for 180 pesos ($15.00) each, and six pairs of underwear for 100 pesos ($8.33).
One of the outdoor markets in Puerto
Fruit and veggie market
Mary made enchiladas for dinner. They were really good, but quite a bit different than the enchiladas Ruth makes.