The last time the FSO did water I was in Houston, so is nice for me to get an opportunity to show you water here in Nova Friburgo or in Rio. Now which shall it be. In Rio, we have the ocean, and canals, and the lagoa – and rain and clouds and humid air. I feel like I have shown you all of this in many different ways and in many if not all of the moods.
So today let’s look around Nova Friburgo, which also has rain and clouds, fog and humid air - and small mountain streams, and when it is rainy season the very rocks that surround us cry – it is like the rocks fill to the brim with water then the water makes its way out – making the stone glisten with moisture.
And because we have high elevations and rain, we also have a water fall. Out on the highway north of town, almost to the park of the sitting dog, we have a waterfall that spills down the hillside and into a small river below. Just past the waterfall is a small utility hut. I understand there is electricity generated there. There is also a trail that you can walk that goes down to the base of the waterfall and then follows the river for quite a while.