A photography look at building D&G Resort.

It ain't really a resort.

Origiinal sala at D&G Resort in Thailand.

We begin by getting dirty.

The Sala/Gazebo was our original office. The Nan River is right across the road.

Clearing jungle land is not easy.

 

Truck loads of dirt was brought in to raise the land about 1 meter.

B100,000 or $3,000.

Old bricks buried near the Nan River. Date unknown.

More dirt and plenty of

Old Bricks.

What is a dump truck delivering dirt to D&G Resort in Thailand.

Thai Dump Truck

What are living quarters for construction workers.

Housing for the Teak House crew.

Day & Night.

To the left is the kitchen & shower area.

Sleeps 8.

Setting up a construction site in Thailand.

The fencing crew was a little bit more upscale. The boss is in the green shirt and his brother has on the Lee cap. A total bonehead. The workers numbered about a dozen but they would come and go.

Workers in Thailand cutting logs using the old-fashioned method.

Woodworking 101

Laying out a fence in Thailand.

Laying out the fence.

The Nan River is across the road.

Workers mixing concrete in Thailand.

Making concrete.

The workers only use this mixer for big jobs.

Workers in Thailand preparing an evening dinner.

By tomorrow,

all of this chicken will be gone.

All of it.

Electrical box for our construction project at D&G Resort.

We have Juice!