Rodrigo, David, Korrine Kerry and I went to stay in a cabin at Granja Porcón, a farm in Cajamarca that is an Evangelic community that runs the Atahualpa Jerusalén Cooperative. The farm covers 10,966 hectares and it is home to approximately 1,200 inhabitants who run an agricultural forestry and dairy production plan which invites visitors to participate in the local community work alongside with them. There are also possibilities to go horseback riding through the beautiful pine tree covered area or go fishing for trout.
Here are some pictures of the weekend.
|Our fire place in the cabin.|
|Our cabin on Porcòn Mountain.|
|The famous Porcón mushrooms.|
|Vicuña and us.|
|Heading into the zoo.|
|Hand made weaving loom.|
|Raw wool.... looks like a Christmas snow scene|
|How to get on a big rock.|
|Our new Christmas Tree|
|David on the porch|