tools scrape: Monkeys high in the canopy howl to greet the sunrise, according to National Observer. Hammers bang and tools scrape as workers hustle to beat the heat. In a remote stretch of Costa Rica, where towering trees give way to spindly mangroves, mornings start with a roar. Sawmills shriek from a grassy clearing, slicing enormous logs into smooth, broad planks.A makeshift shipyard is emerging here in Punta Morales, a tiny fishing town on the Pacific coast. Once completed in late 2021, the Ceiba named for the tropical tree is expected to carry cargo throughout the Americas. The skeleton of a sailing ship has taken shape, with tall wood frames rising from a 106-foot-long spine like a rib cage. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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