This is a painting in the school. It has lots of little paintings in the hallway. The girl is holding empanadas (very traditional and popular , and good! food here) and mate.
Me and my straw sun hat.
The soil here doesn't soak up hardly any water. This road is the only road out of town. The day before there wasn't even a puddle or depresion here. It rained for a half hour that afternoon and the next morning there was this. This lady got her truck stuck and we pushed her out with ours. I had no idea so much water could collect so fast!
The general store in Gan Gan. Owned by a very friendly, jolly man who had tons of questions about the United States. He used to be a traveling t-shirt salesman when he discovered Gan Gan and decided to stay. He LOVES this town.
Leolenamus petrophilus. One of the species in the study. Do you see the single yellow bead on the thickest part of its tail? Yellow beads stand for the number one, so this is the first lizard to be captured and marked for the study, three years ago.
Capon, meat from old ram (very tough). Very traditional meal in the campo (rural country of Argentina). And this is the traditional way to cook it.