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Discussion in 'Americas' started by Arte, Feb 1, 2010.
I notice the pinche car in the video keeps going
Or it was slowing down due to the ice
Escaping the cold:
Who else has plans on being in Mexico after Christmas and in January?
I know of Jimmex, Mark883, Schizzman heading for Durango then the Espinazo, 40D, and San Blas etc.
I'm running Baja, San Diego/Tecate to Cabo San Lucas, as an off-road rookie tagging along with a maniacal squad of insane sand roosting MX veterans.
Any other Mexico winter escapees out there?
I've seen that in the San Bo Mountains along the CA coast. Damn slick when the morning dew freezes. Luckily, no on fell that time but tip-toe conditions for a while.
I'll be in PV for a month, but not on bike. Wife doesn't ride, so we're taking big bird.
Dennis: If I break my leg in Baja, I'll have MedJet drop me off in PV and we can go to that microbrew house I can't remember the name of at the moment
That would be Los Muertos. Their cure might be just what you need.
¡Tu tienes toda la razón!
I'll be here in Banamichi for the duration
Good visit with Going South and Noshoes
Among many things, your pizza oven
I have two daughters leaving at 0800 tomorrow for Guatemala City for a Christmas mission trip.
When they return, their one request, is Dad's homespun pizzas
Y'all invited too...
McFoil, et al, will be in Country Jan 25, Laredo, taking 57 down to Cholula, over the mountains to Veracruz and back through Xilitla. Couple weeks. Getting great routes from MM.
More than just s route meister
(my multi-million dollar Strah Art collection)
MiguelMiguel, our man in Veracruz, is our Is Mexico Safe? Renaissance Man
The man has class
You will be so close to El Sotano De Las Golondrinas in La Huasteca.
(Just north of Xilitla)
DO NOT hit Xilitla w/o El Sotano on your résumé
I'll check it out, but that's the problem, y'all will keep adding days to my trip if I let ya. I don't work much, but retired I ain't.
Jesus himself has asked me to be sympathetic, in light of the current Duck Dynasty controversy
Now I have to learn to BASE jump. I guess there's not much learning to jumping. It's the landing that, that one should study.
Being from Shreveport and having lived in West Monroe and Monroe for seven years, I can tell you more about those people than you want to know.
Dennis - ain't leaning an ear to you, unless you can crank out a spicy Boudin
Which I suspect you can!
Closest Mexico version to Boudin: Chorizo?
Chorizo can save the world.
Just don't ask what's in it.
I much prefer chorizo to boudin.
Yes. You would think that those of us who write firmware would know better than to trust it!