Senor and Linda Lou have been in Pueblo Alamos, Sonora, Mexico for 8 years. Okay, okay, now it's been 9 years.
Every day brings a new discovery.
They are still working on the casa............Senor says, it won't be long.........but Linda Lou says, it won't be long until what..............stay tuned to find out what's next.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

A Real Update

Buenos Tardes! What a gorgeous day here in Alamos. It is very quiet, a light breeze is blowing from the east, the sun is not too startling as it peers down on us from a soft blue sky. Blip is neighing in the field, Cookies is napping alongside Senor on the bed behind me, Senor's book had fallen by his side and he is snoring away. Yes, a very nice day in Alamos.


Remember, I want to show you something. We are going to walk out the gate and just look down our adobe wall. Now you will notice the colorful bouganvillia mingling with the orange trumpet vine and spilling over the wall.


And here we are, below, at the passenger gate, or what will be the gate one day. Someone said.....why do you keep calling that the passenger gate? I do not have a clue. Maybe when the gate is done and you enter, you should expect to be taken to a world unknown. I have no idea, maybe it comes from having been a flight attendant long ago, gates are just passenger gates.


Now, you will notice as you look at the passenger gate, there is cute little round circle to the right. What is it..............you want to know.

It is the plaque I made in clay class at the Museum. Remember that post? If I had time to learn how to do links, I could take you right back to it, but sorry........

I think this is just awesome. The plaque has been laying on a chair in the bedroom to be and each time I saw it, I thought, well just how long before that gets something set upon it and it gets cracked. I am not pessimistic at all, but well, you know.

A lady came to visit. Why on earth do you have that plaque way down there and not by your gate.....................because there is going to be a passenger gate down there and that is where you would want to see the plaque....................a what kind of gate...............a passenger gate, i said...............
Now, let's go back on the otra lado, or other side.

Senor and Umberto put up the beam that will eventually connect the whole length of the house down to the kitchen corner.
Umberto started the wall here.
And here he is beginning the wall that will extend over the kitchen and the kitchen windows.
Here is a somewhat longer view of the area.
So, there you have it. A real update with real updated things.

And now, as much as I would like to lay down and have a lazy nap, I have to go and cut glass.
Que tengas una buena vida!!!! linda lou

3 comments:

mermaid gallery said...

It all looks like so much fun! and it is warm and tropical too! How lucky can you get. ...creatively building your home in the sunshine...and napping too! Your plaque looks great...it all does! Missing winter would be such an improvement in life. Good for you! Best, susan

Mike Nickell and Cynthia Johnson said...

Hi LL! Your house is really coming along. I like the pics on your side bar that compare the different years. Do you guys have any idea/goal for completing your house?? Mike and I need to make plans to visit...hehehe

p.s. There may be flooding in the Valley today...

Linda Lou and Senor, Too said...

Hi susan, yep, we are lucky and thanks, I like the plaque a lot!

cynthia, i keep hearing about the flooding, i hope it is not too bad up there, yes, a visit would be great. someone told me that SENOR TOLD HIM he would be done in 18 months...........we will see....