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Approaching Thanksgiving & Beyond . . . via Journal Pages

These days illustrate a sort of “becoming acquainted and comfortable” in our new Mexico area. One must, of course, take trips and tours and wanderings thru many and various neighborhoods. Early on we toured the city of Lake Chapala. To me this felt…

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Approaching Thanksgiving & Beyond . . . via Journal Pages

These days illustrate a sort of “becoming acquainted and comfortable” in our new Mexico area. One must, of course, take trips and tours and wanderings thru many and various neighborhoods. Early on we toured the city of Lake Chapala. To me this felt…

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Journaling, Yes, Journaling!!

Yipppppppppppie . . . I’ve nearly caught up my journal from the Mexico trip. Sorry, but if you were following that trip with just my journal entries, I believe I left you up somewhere in the mountains above Guadalajara. Hope you’ve stayed warm all the…

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The Village of Ajijic

The town we are most near is Ajijic. As we leave our street and turn left on the Carrretera (main road around the lake), after we pass the Walmart, the “Boulevard” begins. Adjacent to both sides of the regular road are lush, huge trees lining each side…

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Giving Thanks . . .

From where do I start? I guess the beginning of this special day would be appropriate, eh? A week previous, Ro and I’d met California friends here, a “La Nueva Posada” in Ajijic, for lunch, and we noticed the fliers for their Thanksgiving Dinner. They…

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The Nesting of an RV

We rose early, anxious to move into our final destination. We couldn’t seem to locate Connie, our hostess’ phone number (it was online, but without internet connection …) so Roland walked over to the location and spoke with her in person. She thought…

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And You Thought Tequila is ONLY a Drink?

Continuing on to Lake Chapala, we weave along the back Highway 15. I affords me taking plenty of photos and coaching Roland on passing attempts.As the shadows get longer, I begin to see dots of pale blue fields among the other yellow-green crops. Knowi…

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