Took 15 South again toward Tepic. Avoided the tollway again (15D) until the last toll. Again, there's a bunch of people at the toll booth, none of them in the actual booths, and they have a rope strung across the lane to prevent you from passing. So, what are you going to do? Pay the man. Honey was in front with the car and paid, but they waved me by without paying. As I was sitting waiting, I was trying to figure if I should challenge them. But just past the tool booth I saw what looked like a police truck with lights flashing, so guess they were legit. I'm wondering if the state allows groups to collect the normal tolls to support causes? Other than that, relatively uneventful until we got into town. The address was across town so had to go through downtown traffic getting there. Then, dirt, and hills, and ditches. I can't believe there are actually streets like that in places. At one point I look at where I'm going and it goes up a steep hill with ruts and rocks, and there's a road going to the left, but narrow, and a chicken in my way... well, it's going to move cause once I get some momentum going up this thing, I'm not stopping. I make it up, take the turn and stop. I look back and see the hood on honey's car and then I see her going backward... I'm thinking she's not going to make it. But she gives it another run and comes around. The road ahead is worse than what we just came up, so I tell her to wait and let me scout it out. I go a few blocks and it's a dead end and yeah, there's no way she can make it with the Subaru, not enough ground clearance, the ruts are too deep and irregular. So, I come back, point back down hill at the next block, but she doesn't think she can manage it. So, I go down on the bike, and walk back up to take the Subaru down, and then send a message to our host, like wafakawi? I give him an address and number and hes says we're in the wrong place. I'm like WTF, it's the location that's in AirBB. Turns out he's 30 minutes across town in the direction that we just came from. Great. Honey and I discuss it, and she doesn't feel comfortable going down, so I just tell her I'm going to take a path, just make sure two of your wheels are on it as you follow me. She does and we get out of the mess. We're in for the night, in a house where the entire first level has no windows and the garage is right next to the living room. I doubt the FBI could find us. Got here late because of the shenanigans so no town walk. Maybe tomorrow, but only staying one night here, so maybe not.