In response to this earlier post about Gabions, Lori Moise sent in some photos she took just the other day of gabions being used in Haiti (the earlier post describes what gabions are). I believe these are along the Riviere Torcelle. Lori’s blog is here. Here are Lori's photos (cropped by me to save space) of the gabions:photos of the fort and old coffee plantation houses that were rediscovered on the ridges of the mountains while the road was being built between Cazale and Lachapelle. Well worth the look! If the Cabaret area becomes a major new population center, these ancient ruins (one building has the date 1792 on it!) could be great tourist attractions (although it isn’t easy getting up there).