There are businesses all over the place that sell construction material. If you drive more than a few blocks, you’re almost guaranteed to see something being built.
It’s an incredible, ongoing phenomenon.
When we get back from Mexico City, where we’re headed shortly, we also will be building stuff, a yearly occurrence in springtime when there is no daily deluge of rain.
And we’ll be constructing in Mexico City too. Ceramic tile will be laid on the floor of the “service patio,” that space Mexican homes have out back where the water heater, clothesline and big cement sink sit.
Mexican homes have big cement sinks out back.
But the best news — for us at least — out of Mexico City recently is that we finally have the deed to the condo. All we have to do is pick it up at the lawyer’s office.
Signed, sealed and delivered!
Getting the deed has been an ongoing process and headache for years. But now it’s done, and we own three homes free and clear that we could sell if we wanted to.
But we don’t.
We prefer the fun of constant construction.