Low Tech Roadworks

Chiseling out road blocks in the Jardin, San Miguel de Allende

Compared to the din of mechanical equipment tearing into the asphalt in New York, the clink-clink of a road gang in San Miguel is a delight. This is the standard method for repairing any of the streets here, and is usually done by a gang of about four to six workers whose combined percussions are actually quite musical.

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