The rock cribs have been completed for our new Pavilion and Cafe. Click on the photo for a closer look at the site plan.
Here is the curved deck that rises 30 feet and in the distance is the parking area. There's the Kia Dump Truck that has been serving many purposes. I need to get a chain for the gate because it keeps falling off when I go to the Transfer Station to dump a load of debris. It has been raining off and on this past week. It has been refreshing as it settles the ash from Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat that travels this far from 300 miles south. Part of the volcano's Dome collapsed. Check it out at http://www.mvo.ms/
Once in a while the Sahara Sands travel all the way across the Atlantic and cast a desert glow in the sky. But 90% of the year, the skies are vibrant blue and the water is a miraculous array of sparkling hues.
Forming for the pavilion floor has begun.
I went last week to Home Depot on St Thomas to pick up two pallets of Quickcrete for the post foundations for the new stairway to the Pavilion. Too heavy for the Kia so I had to take the company dump truck. The stairway starts right at the pool. Estate Concordia is perfect for all kinds of groups that need a space to set up a retreat. There is no porter service at Concordia nor is there gratuity. We are pretty easy going but will do all we can to provide you with a wonderful and memorable experience.
Friday's Concordia Tour was fun. It was a perfect day. Every time I take a group to a cabin out on Sage Point it seems everyone falls into a state of comfort and awe as soon as I unto a window zipper panel and expose the breathtaking view and Tradewinds. Lovia and Paul in the fore front of the photo have joined our reservations team and came a long on the tour. Welcome aboard guys.