Claudia learned how to pull apart thatch from the local women.
Claudia, Julia and Marlina bonding in their hammocks when they should have been taking naps.
Dr. Stiek meets insect stick
Cooper wacking at one of the more difficult tree stumps. We also learned that the handles for the tools were made by the locals out of materials found in the community.
Burning a termite nest so we can clear the land
Aldaír cutting down trees to make space for a second Oca
Cole, the only American to get more than 3 feet off the ground
Jacaranda, one of the most beautiful hardwoods of the Amazon rainforest. Often used as home decor for its beautiful color.
Cameron learning how to lay brick from the real pros
Marcia poses with two thumbs up. We are so blessed to be spending our time in Anã working alongside the community members of Anã.
Sharing smiles with Marcia
The friends feed, teach, and take care of us.
Ain’t no such thing as clean shoes on a typical DIRTy day.
Zé giving two thumbs up on all of our hard work!