Hiking in Quebrada de los Berros

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Hey guys its Franny.  Here’s some highlights of our hike in  Quebrada de los Berros

#1 chilling: so we sat down to eat & instead of eating we played ‘laugh our head off’, one of them was when i fell over backwards cuz i was tipping the water bottle to much, but don’t worry, I was fine.

#2 waterfall: when we got up higher there was a little river of water that went from the top to the middle.  There was a cute little waterfall where we stopped.  We sat on a rock above the waterfall and read our books in the sun for about an hour and 1/2.

#3 climbing: when we were going up we had to climb some rocks to get to the second chilling spot. Daddy also made us climb across the walls of the canyon.

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About jdicus

I am a Spanish and social studies teacher on year-long sabbatical in Mendoza, Argentina. Our family consists of myself, wife Jenny Breen, and daughters Solana and Frances. With this blog we endeavor to chronicle our experience living abroad.
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2 Responses to Hiking in Quebrada de los Berros

  1. karnkristi says:

    Hi Franny, That looks like a great day of hiking and chilling. I would love to see a picture of the cute little waterfall. I love cute little water falls! I enjoyed the pictures of you guys. Where were your mom and dad. I didn’t see them in any of the pictures. You and Solona aren’t hiking in the mountains by yourselves are you?!?

  2. Aviva Breen says:

    Hey Franny. What great pics. and what a cool adventure. Looks like a beautiful place. I really miss you guys. xoxoxoxoxo love bubbe

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