One of the common sites during the dry season are trucks rolling into town. The roads haved dried up and a fresh flow of goods like sodas, rope, coffee, cooking pots, clothes, shoes, bicycles, and visitors come into town. The trucks don't like to return to the towns up north empty so they take a valuable commodity: bamboo. Here is a truck laden with bamboo, crossing the river. As soon as the rains come in May, we will see the last of the trucks return north and will do without until January.