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... buried her. It happened because the dog was never given it's shots, but very few are in rural Ecuador, and distemper is very common. Audrey told me she's lost two dogs that way. I gotta say, it's good that the dog went quick. The seizures looked really painful and sad and confusing for the puppy. Imagine losing control like that and having no idea what or why it happened. Ugly stuff. Also this week, I met a musician who has a very similar style to myself and it was ...
Today has been the best yet. As per usual we woke up to Masato strumming the uke; a pleasant change after a night of barking dogs and loud donkeys. For breakfast we had a traditional Ecuadorian delicacy made of peanut butter and fried plantains while we sang happy birthday to Mila. After we suited up for another day of reforestation we headed outside to wait for our truck. A tarantula decided to say hello ...
... in hair, ears, and (unfortunately) a few mouths. Luckily it was easy to clean off, so we jumped back into the boats to go to our next destination. At the next destination, Isla Corazon (Heart Island) we got into small canoe-like boats and floated into the mangrove forest. We got to see the different species of animals in the forest, including the small wasps (which were the least favorite species for most people) red crabs (cangrejos rojos), and ...
GSE Ecuador 2015: MEET OUR STAFF!
My name is Richard Masato Creelman, I am 29 years old and this is my
5th year leading trips for GSE. I was born and raised in Fairfax,
California and graduated from UCSC with a B.S. in Marine Biology. I
am an avid outdoorsman and spend my free time enjoying this beautiful
world that surrounds us. In working with GSE, I have taken on the
role of project management. In my ...
There is no ATM in Canoa, so I'm off on a cash run
There are buses leaving each 30 mins or so heading to Bahia de Caraquez
Bahia de Caraquez has golden sand and high rises.
There is not much else there.
But I had a lovely lunch on the waterfront.
Got some supplies and headed back to Canoa
Nice day out