Days Seventy Four and Seventy Five , 06-07 January, 2016Wednesday, January 6, 2015 was one of those cold days down here in Belize. I know, I know, compared to up north, tain't nuthin for you folks, with your wood stoves, central heating, etc., etc.
For those of us here, with no fire places, no central heating, in fact, no heating at all, other than an on-demand water heater, and the fact that we've become aclimatized to warm weather, a five or six degree drop becomes quite significant.
In fact, it got cold enough that our bottle of cocunut oil began to congeal, as you can see in the photo below. Now, for us, that's cold. It was cold enough in fact, that the water on Corozal Bay was beginning to smoke.
If this was Lake Erie, when we lived in Cleveland many years ago, when the lake began to smoke (no it's probably not self-igniting any more), it was a sign that the lake was beginning to freeze and that that ice would start forming in about two weeks or so.
|Congealed Coconut Oil|
|Green Board Going up in Walkway 6 - 7.33|
|Marking Up Green Board For Veranda 6 - 7.33|
|Measuring For Another Piece of Green Board 6 - 7.34|
|Dianna Giving Carlos the Grand Tour 6 - 7.34|
|Trial Fit Green Board in Veranda 6 - 7.39|
|Finishing Hanging Green Board in East Walkway 7 - 7.07|
|Finishing Hanging Drywall in Bedroom 7 - 7.08|
|Taping Done in Living Room 7 - 7.08|
|Taping Don in Office 7 - 7.08|
|Green Baord Hung in Bathroom 7 - 7.09|
|Taping Done in Veranda and Walkway 7 - 7.09|