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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by SkizzMan, Aug 6, 2018.
More on the way.
Retiring somewhere in Guanajuato state or the city?
I retired in 2018.
Moving to the city for 6-12 months before moving on. Got a list of places in my head.
This morning on the Rio Grande/Bravo. Crossing after breakfast but not at this crossing. Nvo. Laredo Aduana in the distance
Care to share?
Other than El Salvador I'd like to winter in MX.
Oaxaca and Merida for winter unless you want beach then Pto. Escondido, Pto. Vallarta and a host of others. By no means a comprehensive list
Settling down in Guanajuato City
Mid teens to mid 20's C this time of year, nice!
Finally some long-overdue rain today to cool things down even more
Walked down the hill this morning to meet with @Blind Warrior and associate to check on a couple of houses. Both have real potential
(Didn’t see any)
A fine place sit and drink coffee while the world passes by
I hosted Alex in Austin after his South America tour years ago. Now he’s hosting me in PV this weekend. Good times
Relaxing with friends in Ajijic. Home tomorrow
Left Ajijic this morning after grabbing a pic of a new-to-me mural
Took all libres home passing through Irapuato to grab this one
Can always count on Pípilo to greet me home with a wave
They would not permit me to park my motorcycle in front
Big errand day today. Found this tile shop near the Jardin. They have a taller in Dolores Hidalgo and gave me time/$$ quote on replacement tiles for my friends in Ajijic
On to Estafeta to ship some stuff I muled down for a friend
“Well, I have the inclination, the maturity, and the wherewithal... but unfortunately, I don't have the time.” - Jebediah Nightlinger
Sometimes you gotta just sit and stare at a statue. Goddess of Liberty, Plaza Embajadores
Guanajuato Street Scenes + Colibríes
I’m getting more into swing door bars these days
Once again I’ve been reminded that all of life is a near death experience. Let’s all get out there and live it fully.
Godspeed Jim, QEPD
To our friend Jim “Going South” Howard
Another beautiful afternoon at the home of Ana Cervantes. Here’s just a taste of the quintet. I haven’t heard the viola played in quite some time. Lovely
Almost forgot Friday evening’s dinner at Hotel Embajadores with a lively jazz duet and my neighbor Carolyn
Met Sonia at the INM in San Miguel de Allende at 8:30 am today to complete the Permanent Resident visa process. Doors opened at 9:00 am and by 10:00 am I was getting on the bike holding a brand new Visa card. Incredible. She’s worth every centavo of her modest fee and I highly recommend her.