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Old 11-07-2012, 09:02 PM   #10636
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Bato is seating at rehab in Hunt Tx la hacienda for Hydrocodon and other manor altrering substances doctors said that there were 5 fractures on ribs and it will take 3 more months to reallyheal also the first toe on right foot now they got me in calcium
Un saludos pa todos aki batos will see y'll later
La Hacienda is an excellent facility. I hope you succeed in your endeavors there. Saludos, Jim
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:58 PM   #10637
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Bato is seating at rehab in Hunt Tx la hacienda for Hydrocodon and other manor altrering substances doctors said that there were 5 fractures on ribs and it will take 3 more months to reallyheal also the first toe on right foot now they got me in calcium
Un saludos pa todos aki batos will see y'll later
Adelante, Amigo!!
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Old 11-07-2012, 10:11 PM   #10638
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The only big stick they use is to not let you bring another vehicle in if you dont bring the last one out. Breathe!
How big of a stick??? my bike lives down here year round, I get one year extensions on my TVIP with my FM3 and now I'm getting ready to bring down bike # 2 or jeep... am I dreaming???
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:37 AM   #10639
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How big of a stick??? my bike lives down here year round, I get one year extensions on my TVIP with my FM3 and now I'm getting ready to bring down bike # 2 or jeep... am I dreaming???
You're only allowed 1 open permit per person. If you bring multiple vehicles into Mexico, each one has to have a different name on the permit...wife, son, daughter, etc. This was explained in detail to me by Banjercito last spring when I tried to bring my KTM 690 along with my truck.
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:34 AM   #10640
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McFoil: I just had an Arizona Zinfandel, Cellar Dwellers '09 Tarantula Hawk, surprisingly good, and in Williams AZ in a little Italian style place that used to be a Texaco station. Caprese and arugala in Williams, AZ... go figure... tomorrow the owners of the cheap motel where I am staying will be serving me Indian chai with warm milk... the times they are a changin'. I had some very good Malbec in Mendoza... white burgundies not in my budget.
Lots of surprising wines coming from the oddest places recently. I like to try the local grapes when I travel. Most of the time it is disappointing, but affordable. When these boutique vineyards do produce a barrel of good wine there is little chance the public gets a taste of it. As far as Malbec, French for bad mouth, I compare it to a KLR. I should like it. It does everything I want it to do. Affordable. Not too harsh on the eyes. I try and try, but just don't get it. I want to try more mexican wines (mostly baja) but they end up being mexicant instead of mexican. Much more vino talk on this thread is going to get us flamed. Lots as Tejas Trash on here that want everything carbonated or 100 proof.
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:36 AM   #10641
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Lots as Tejas Trash on here that want everything carbonated or 100 proof.
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:42 AM   #10642
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Yes, I believe that you are dreaming if you want to have two different TVIPs, both in your name.
TVIP regalo, muy sencillo: one plated/road intended vehicle per human at any given time. Other machinery can be "tied" to the TVIP and brought into Mexico with TVIP'd vehicle, but that conveyance cannot be used "on road".
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Old 11-08-2012, 08:47 AM   #10643
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With respect to Skinnys comments about the MC in the truck. There is some controversy about whether you can bring a bike down in the back of a truck or not. I believe that the intention of the law is to let recreational vehicles like Jet skis, ATVs, boats, dirt bikes, etc. into Mexico and tie them to the vehicle that is carrying them. Under this concept it will be easier to bring in a dirt bike than a larger DS bike or a street bike. [/FONT]
When I reminded Banjercito that the motorcycle folks had been hauling them on trailers and in trucks forever, they replied that while that may be, it was none the less, illegal.

Ojinaga has added a drive-thru to cancel your permit and they are very thorough about the paper work...

I think that the border officials are getting more aware of the real rules, and I fully expect some unlucky gringos to get busted...

On a similar subject, I had to go to OJinaga in September to cancel a TVIP that was about to expire, which went without problems, but I was asked for the TVIP as soon as I pulled into the Aduana station....
This is the first time I've ever been ask for it at the border...
This concerns me because we frequently ride on the Mexican side without permits...
We are within the border area that has never required permits...

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Old 11-08-2012, 09:31 AM   #10644
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I kind of figured that was the answer I was to receive about the TVIP, I was hoping that one of you fellas that are smarter than me had some kind of magic wand...

Thanks.



SR, I will return to Maz in 10 days 6 hours, 17 minutes... & yes I have a countdown clock running...
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Old 11-08-2012, 09:43 AM   #10645
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Bato is seating at rehab in Hunt Tx la hacienda for Hydrocodon and other manor altrering substances doctors said that there were 5 fractures on ribs and it will take 3 more months to reallyheal also the first toe on right foot now they got me in calcium
Un saludos pa todos aki batos will see y'll later

Buena suerte Bato. I'm still mending from my crash in July, so I know how discouraging it can get to be at times. Hang in there!
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:04 AM   #10646
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Old 11-08-2012, 12:05 PM   #10647
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Its all good it was venting/ranting for therapeutic reasons. If you read my post to the end of my post and I am realistic about the whole thing. It is what it is. Out of my circle of control... I can keep going with cliches.

I may be able to adjust my schedule to get 4 days of riding before my TVIP expires. It will be a push but doable.


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Old 11-08-2012, 12:08 PM   #10648
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PV to Guat

Input on fastest route and where to get my papers processed.

I may be able to adjust things so I land in PV on Nov 25. TVIP expires 29. Flight lands in the late afternoon so no riding that day. 4 days to the souther border...doable?

Looking for route suggestions and border crossing options. Are any of them 24 hours in the south?

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Old 11-08-2012, 01:43 PM   #10649
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If ONE MORE PERSON tells me to join advrider.... well, I guess I'll join advrider.
So. Hullo, all!
Tossing around the idea of riding from Tucson to Cabo for holiday break (on either the Yamaha or Kawi - I'd leave the Ducati at home). By my female self. I'm comfortable touring by myself, camping by myself, and speak a bit of Spanish, but have yet to delve into Mexico.
Plain dumb?
Adventurous as long as I'm "careful?"
Thoughts, please, while I wade through the 700+ pages of this thread.
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:50 PM   #10650
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If ONE MORE PERSON tells me to join advrider.... well, I guess I'll join advrider.
So. Hullo, all!
Tossing around the idea of riding from Tucson to Cabo for holiday break (on either the Yamaha or Kawi - I'd leave the Ducati at home). By my female self. I'm comfortable touring by myself, camping by myself, and speak a bit of Spanish, but have yet to delve into Mexico.
Plain dumb?
Adventurous as long as I'm "careful?"
Thoughts, please, while I wade through the 700+ pages of this thread.
Why haven't you left yet?

700 pages summarized in 1 sentence: Watch out for topes (speed bumps), avoid the open road after dark, be prepared to pay the odd "fine" and steer clear of me or the "Mystery Rider" if we're carrying stepladders.

Welcome to the forum and hopefully we'll see your ride report soon!
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