So, here we are with another day's activities.
|Talking Over Doing the Diamond Brite|
Perfect timing, as Mario's crew had run out of the stuff, so work on the deck was at a standstill till more Diamond Brite came in.
Now, there's only two small sections, one on either side of the waterfall, that need to get covered. I don't know if they'll be able to seal the deck with those bits still bare or not. In any case, for the next few days, there's the fence corner that will keep them busy.
|Diamond Brite Around the Railing|
|Starting Work On the Fence|
|Removing the Steel Part of the Fence|
|Our Friendly Whatsit?|
Workers repairing my fence beside the canal that opens onto Corozal Bay found this little critter in the mud where they are working.
At first we thought it was an earthworm, similar color. But it has eyes, likes or tolerates being in brackish water, about 4-5" long, long narrow tail with long fin on top. Also appears to have something like whiskers under the mouth area, and can slightly puff up back part of its head.
Like I said, they found it in the mud. My guess is that it's some sort of eel. Anyone know, or know of somewhere on FB or the Web to check further?Thanks.Colleen suggested I share it with the Creatures of Belize group on Facebook. I just did that. Hopefully, someone will come up and be able to tell us just what this little guy is.
|Bashing Away At the Corner Post|
|Lot of Progress in a Short Time|
|Anti-Dog Plastic Going up|