One A Day – 878
Laid on an old lamina as a form – drying
Moving the lamina onto a form (an old fiberglass lamina)
What can we do better next time?
#3 – Flat lamina. They’ve got this.
- La Tenencia Làzaro Càrdenas
- Municipio de Erongarícuaro
- Lago de Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México
- September 6, 2016
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This is the second set of three (The series is complete now – the 1st and 3rd posts) from a trip I took last week with Erick Legaria around Lago de Pátzcuaro. If you have seen the first post, these photos are self-explanatory. The team went through the process they were introduced to three more times, deciding on changes and upgrades to it as they went. By the end, they were very confident and aware of what more they needed to do to make this a repeatable, sustainable project for the community. For me it was a good introduction to the area and some of the services the state provides.
Tomorrow, I’ll post photos from the rest of our trip…
Thanx for the company Mike, thank you for the images. You have to know that we will improve the frame, ’cause when it dried, they broke like cookies, so, the assembly has come w/ the idea of making a thicker one, so I’m up to it, and in a week or so, we will be returning to La Tenencia Làzaro Càrdenas, the name of that community we where at in these photos. Only with five frames, instead of the rolling tube, will usa a sword of iron, to iron de formula, will bring another kind of rubber sheet for the bottom of the process. Observation that you made and we use, thank you again.
Thank you for allowing me to go with you and for the update! I enjoyed it very much and would like to do it again sometime if it is not too much trouble. And thanks for the update on the name of the community. I’ll add it to the photos. All the best!