| Bouganvilla growing into|
|An image from above to below, looking |
in the direction towards the Rio Corona
|On the left is a powder-puff with red blooms,|
and our free-standing rock wall made of malaquite
stones, hauled up from the Rio Corona. On
the right is a huge rosemary bush that we use
in some of our recipes.
|A slightly different view|
with a flamboyan tree anchoring
the right margin
|The climbing rose|
'that ate Tokyo
|The north wall of the Quinta, with our|
little 2 hp electric water pump. It's a Spanish
pump, made in Mexico, with a three year
warranty. It's going on 10 years now.
|Our little emerald island of carpet grass. along|
with the parrilla and Alvaro's prep table.
This is another corner of our small but
complex "front yard".
These are just a few of the pictures we made during our last stay down at the Quinta Tesoro de la Sierra Madre. We are anticipating quite a bit of further enhancement of all of this, especially in June when the flamboyan trees begin to bloom.
Thanks for your attention.
El Gringo Viejo