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March in Mexico in a whirlwind…

March in Mexico in a whirlwind…

Getting closer, folks. I have now caught up to MARCH blogging. Yes, it is July tomorrow….which means I’m only 4 months behind!  Ahhhh!!   But after today’s post, I will have covered at least half a month, and I’ll be closing in!! In an effort to speed up March, here is March in a whirlwind… First…just not-so-uncommon-but-I-still-find-funny daily life in...

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Colors of Ajijic Mexico

Colors of Ajijic Mexico

In early February we were blessed to have another friend visit from Alaska!  Another fellow business owner from Skagway joined us for about a week, and we enjoyed showing her the interior of Mexico for the first time (she’s only been to beach towns).  Nicholle is a beautiful blonde that enjoys traveling as much as we do! We watched some fishermen on Lake Chapala… Also a...

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Lake Chapala Memories

Lake Chapala Memories

After returning home from a quick beach getaway, we returned to Lake Chapala to make some memories! The girls were very eager to do “shows” for us, and we were privileged to be their audience! My father-in-law’s sandals started falling apart at the beach, so we visited a shoe repair shop and had the thick rubber sole sewed right back onto the leather. The cost? Less than...

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Lake Chapala randomness

Lake Chapala randomness

A friend of ours, a mother of 3 boys, decided a few years ago that she wants to be a doctor. She’s been attending medical school in Guadalajara, and after passing her major exams this winter we threw her a party!  Of course, the party organizers had to do a medical theme… They had “prescription” jello and “shots” for the...

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Jocotepec Festival and Friends

Jocotepec Festival and Friends

Shortly after arriving home from our month long road trip through the Yucatan Peninsula, we had some visitors at our home in Ajijic/Chapala. Our friend, Jeffrey, and her beautiful daughter Rosetta, visited us from Buscerias, where they were spending a few months this winter. Jeffrey is co-owner to the most delicious Thai food restaurant in Skagway, Alaska (our former home)!  Her daughter is the same age as...

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Fresh Garbanzo Beans and a horse surgery…

Fresh Garbanzo Beans and a horse surgery…

 I know those sound like two things that have absolutely nothing in common, and you are correct. They have nothing in common. I was excited to see some street side vendors selling bushels of fresh garbanzo beans, which I have always wanted to try. I purchased this for about $4, if I remember correctly. I got home and had to figure out what the heck to do with the bushel. I mean…my...

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