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Old 01-10-2013, 09:32 PM   #12106
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Heading to PV mañana

Looking back in the thread for the new micro brew joint there.....

O/N in Sayulita
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:34 PM   #12107
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Yay! I went pro Hero3:
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:59 PM   #12108
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Reminds me of the road to Xolmon. not quite but very close. thanks for sharing
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:50 AM   #12109
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Bato/Andy, give me a call when you get in today.
So you did the adjustment of the shift lever?
Nice video! We'll get you to teach the Mystery Rider and Craneguy how to use their cameras! ha,ha!
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:33 AM   #12110
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Reminds me of the road to Xolmon. not quite but very close. thanks for sharing
This is the road to Ixhuatlan form Huatusco

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Bato/Andy, give me a call when you get in today.
So you did the adjustment of the shift lever?
Nice video! We'll get you to teach the Mystery Rider and Craneguy how to use their cameras! ha,ha!
Yes! Mike we starting to get ready here in a few and head that way...Haven't than the adjusments yea i need to learn how to operate the camera while riding
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:41 AM   #12111
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Heading to PV mañana

Looking back in the thread for the new micro brew joint there.....

O/N in Sayulita
being trying to catch up we you guys, for days... but you going too fast

Saludos
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Old 01-11-2013, 07:28 AM   #12112
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Bato/Andy, give me a call when you get in today.
So you did the adjustment of the shift lever?
Nice video! We'll get you to teach the Mystery Rider and Craneguy how to use their cameras! ha,ha!
Hey Mike - heading your way today as well - near Tuxtapec now after coming from Oaxaca on 175 yesterday. Riding down into the clouds on the Tuxtapec side was cool. You around over the weekend?

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Old 01-11-2013, 08:38 AM   #12113
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Trevor, I'll be around as usual.
It looks like Andy is heading north tomorrow, not sure if Bato is going to hang around or head north.
I have a planned cooked up for tomorrow morning, we can ride with Andy part way north up as far as Vega de Alatorre on the coast highway and then head inland to Colipa, up to El Nueve, and then take the excellent Misantla-Naolinco highway in the clouds from there to Naolinco. Good food in Naolinco. Return can be done via the Actopan river valley. Going to be warm tomorrow, likely in the very high 80's and low 90's by around 2pm in the river valley.
Schizz and Donnie have done the Naolinco run, they had no complaints ha,ha!
Check your PM, Trevor.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:12 AM   #12114
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Things are going to the dogs!

From the BBC:





Mexican pack of stray dogs 'kills four' in park

Authorities say there are about 120,000 stray dogs in Mexico City
Authorities in Mexico are investigating the deaths of four people reportedly killed by a pack of dogs in a park.
The bodies of the victims, including a mother and her baby, were covered in what appeared to be bite marks, and police found their belongings nearby.
At least 25 dogs living in Cerro de la Estrella, a hilly woodland in eastern Mexico City, have been rounded up by investigators.
The number of stray dogs in the Mexican capital is estimated at about 120,000.
Experts said the bite marks suggest that at least 10 dogs were involved in the attack.
The detained dogs will undergo tests to verify the presence of human tissues in their mouths and intestines, authorities said.
The deaths are believed to have happened between 29 December and 5 January.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:37 PM   #12115
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Pack behavior in dogs is not limited to strays or feral dogs. Household pets form packs and attack deer and cattle as well. Mexico is not big on pushing spay and neuter of pets and pets among poor folk are not well cared for. In ranching country where I live in Sonora, dogs that arrive uninvited at the ranches seem to disappear. They are treated the same as their coyote cousins. Losing a calf or 2 to canines can be devastating to a small operation.
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:56 PM   #12116
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Heading to PV mañana

Looking back in the thread for the new micro brew joint there.....

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I just spent the last six days in PV, Bucerias, Punta Mita, & Sayulita...if I new you fellas were headed that way I could of easily drug my feet a few more days, that whole area is a Hoot...
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:04 PM   #12117
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being trying to catch up we you guys, for days... but you going too fast

Saludos
I should be easy to catch since I'm stalled out here in Melaque enjoying the good life with my cousin and her friends. Bar-hopping the night away after an afternoon swimming the abandoned beach resort of Tenacatita. Interesting story behind that place.





Was like snorkeling in an aquarium.
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:10 PM   #12118
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I should be easy to catch since I'm stalled out here in Melaque enjoying the good life with my cousin and her friends. Bar-hopping the night away after an afternoon swimming the abandoned beach resort of Tenacatita. Interesting story behind that place.





Was like snorkeling in an aquarium.
I thought the road into the beach at Tenacatita was blocked and guarded?
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:22 PM   #12119
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I thought the road was blocked and guarded?
You are correct, sir. Heavily armed and body-armored private "police" force guarding a gated entrance. Must provide ID and submit to a vehicle search.

Try to see it before it gets developed. Very little coastline like this remaining.
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:34 PM   #12120
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You are correct, sir. Heavily armed and body-armored private "police" force guarding a gated entrance. Must provide ID and submit to a vehicle search.

Try to see it before it gets developed. Very little coastline like this remaining.
ID, like a passport? vehicle search, then they let you through the gate? I'll be in the area in mid February and would sure like to visit
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