Friday, February 02, 2007
Bosque walking tours - woodsmen
Local woodsmen are an important element to seeing that our visitors have a safe and fruitful stay at Bosque Santa Lúcia. Often time they are overlooked by the clients because the English speaking guides tend to monopolize conversation and tour activities. Some of our regular woodsmen are shown in this image: Left to right, back row: Cleber, who is the health aide for the Municipality Health Department; Mondico Jr., a local farmer; Cleuson, who works as night watchman for the rice plant. Front row: Teixeira, father of Cleber and Cleuson. Retired farmer; Waldemar, local farmer; Dona Lena, housewife. She keeps the museum and bathroom sparkling clean in between pit stops; Carlos, Dona Lena's husband. Local farmer. An excellent team!