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Discussion in 'Americas' started by slowoldguy, Dec 8, 2012.
Wouldn't that be nice? I haven't had 14 days off in a row since I was 16 years old.
INEGI maps. Sweet. Used these last time for dirt roads.
The E32 cartographia GPS download has been recommended by a fella who rides dirt down there. Looks like something to check out.
Got this in today. :
Well, I have marked up Sjoerd's Mexico hotel book pretty good already.
Also found this right here on adv http://www.grupobm.com/Localizador de Mapas/localizador_mapas.htm
http://www.grupobm.com/Localizador de Mapas/queretaro.htm
Seems to be the same maps that Richard over on TwoWheeledTexans uses. miltonotto uses some INEGI maps that have better definition but I can't find those anywhere. So far.
Spent the weekend getting the bike ready for The Huasteca.
Looking good so far.
Gosh. Where are my manners?
Here's a pic of the nephews.
And one of me.
In other news, I apparently can't work the passport system and nephew 2 is snakebit on his DL. In other words, perfect!!
16 days and they have no idea.
Lmao with all that shit hanging off your bike I think I'll be good with just a tank bag. I dunno what to say about the other pictures....but wtf slow day in the office?
Looks like you've got Trice beat in the luggage department...by about 3 lbs. or so.:eek1
Dang. Maybe I'll lose the horns.
Never lose the horns!
Well, waddya know? While staying in Parras de la Fuente the other night I befriended José Luis Manzano who works in the Biosfera de la Cielo as a wildlife preservationist. Mostly protecting the native parrot species. Knows the Biosfera like the back of his hand. A venture through this area could well begin with a map and Jose Luis to mark it up for us.
And I agree with Sjoerd in that there's no reason to avoid Cd. Vic.
Cool. Looking forward to discussing it.
There are 2 access routes down into the canyon. Gloria's and Grutas , we choose the right hand( straight) route into Grutas de Tolatongo and it was great.
When you go swim in the caves, there is a small opening that leads to a larger cave in further. The current is strong but there is a rope to help you along.Once inside its like " Indiana Jones "!
Very nice place to spend 24 hours, camping, swimming, relaxing.
Dang, Hektoglider! Dat's some good local knowledge, right there!!
You can walk from the Grutas to the Gloria's side by footpath. You will need to pay for the other entrance fee of $70peso.
Today we took a backroad route from Actipan to Pachuca via Fray Francisco. It was some great twisty pavement, with a bit of dirt riding from San Jeronimo on down.
Son of a bitch. Finally got my state department envelope in and they have sent me the wrong passport card. There is some giant headed old guy's picture on there. Fuckin' have to start over. Shit. Of all the luck.
In other news.....
Ah, that's where my card went
Sooooo, answer me a little question, if you don't mind, and I'll explain later.
Does the passport card number match your passport number or is it different??
Inquiring minds and all that shtuff.
My passport runs out in a week. So I just got the passport card to replace it. I am unlikely to be flying anywhere.