Refrescados, Revividos y Revivos en Zih

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Friday, August 30, 2019, 13:13 (779 days ago)

Except for the dust-and-sandstorm that preceded it, last night's rainstorm was just what the doctor ordered, though it was all over too soon. Fortunately the part that was a full out deluge didn't last long enough to cause any flooding that I'm aware of, though I understand it was more severe in Petatlán than here. The immediate drop in temperature was practically cause for celebration (need more tequila!) and made for wonderful sleeping weather. Though it kicked up the waves a bit, I don't believe it caused any problems for the pier construction, though it probably affected the visibility today for the divers cleaning up the bottom of the bay.

The streetsweepers and beachsweepers were out cleaning p after the rainstorm, but the beach didn't look too bad at all from what I saw. Not that much garbage washed out of the canal or the lagoon. Mostly small branches and leaves from the high wind damaging the trees. The sea turtle eggs had already been removed from this nest before I found it.

Two containers were on the beach this morning, and the pilings are lined up and waiting at the very end of the pier waiting to be picked up by a crane and driven into the bay's sediment.

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