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Mazatlàn to Jocotepec.

Today we woke up in Mazatlàn. We made some coffee, took the dogs for a walk on the beach, and climbed back in the truck to head south. 186 more words

A Quick Visit to Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico - I'll Be Back!

Nearly a decade ago I was told of a place with perfect weather and a community that was said to be the largest accumulation of American expats in the world.  79 more words


Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Churches--Jocotepec Church

The Jocotepec, Jalisco, church is beautifully constructed of irregularly-shaped stone with smaller stones laid into the grout.  The base of each of the huge palm trees in the courtyard is surrounded by a huge metal or clay pot handcrafted by local artisans.  24 more words

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Carnitas, Turkey, and all the Trimmings

Mexicans don’t like to miss their fiestas, and gringos don’t like to miss Thanksgiving. I missed turkey day when I was in Belize, but heard about how people got together to celebrate. 502 more words

Living In Ajijic

Final Preparations for the Posada for the Nestipac Ancianos are Underway

Phyllis, Kathi, and I are preparing for the Christmas posada for the old folks in Nestipac, Jocotepec, Jalisco, which is to take place this upcoming Wednesday, 11 December 2013.   1,061 more words


Looking for the Wildflowers...and Finding Something More

A couple of weeks ago, my friend Kathi and I went around the high hills (or low mountains, depending on your perspective) to the the north of Jocotepec to see if there were any… 634 more words


Photos.....Admit it, you want to see some!

I  know that one of the things that folks like on blogs are photos.  I haven’t taken any new ones lately  because my camera is not working, but I did realize that I have some that you may not have seen before and might enjoy…..and which hopefully you will be able to see! 488 more words