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Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... military checkpoint (or which there are numerous on the way down), and a few minutes later a Federally, or Federal State Patrol, gets out of his vehicle, brandishing an AK47 to ask us what we're doing there. My funny-bone instinct was to throw up my hands and yell "Don't Shoot, We surrender", but not knowing if he had a sense of humor, decided to play it cool. He was ok, after it settled down, just curious why a couple of old gringos ...
We'll, it's time to go home. After too much, we'll everything.... Too much sun. Too much water. Too much food. Too much quality family time. Neutral corners please!
After plenty hugs from the staff and one last Happy Hour we were picked up by Ulysses our driver and taken the 45 minutes or so to Cabo airport.
I must explain the the Happy Hour. The kids order smoothies all week, lots, which ...
... arriving in Mexico. After a stop at the house, we
headed for the ranch. Rancho El Parrolito is located in the mountains behind
San Jose Del Cabo. It is a thousand acre ranch - yes you heard right 1000
acres! This is the real deal. We drove about 45 minutes up a hilly, curvy dirt
road in Wendy's SUV, definitely not a
road for our Corolla. We branched off the main dirt road and on to the driveway
into the ranch and continued to climb. ...
... 8217;s hard work”.
Speaking of the humane society, yes we’re still there almost every weekday. To be honest, there are good days and bad days, for every dog that gets adopted, it seems like three more are brought in to take its place, yeesh, will people never learn!!!!!! Make sure a dog in the family is a commitment you are ready to make FOR LIFE!!!!!, not just when it’s a cute puppy ...
... abandoned computer monitor... With Dave's camera- timing. Big time timing. Really, it was the most amazing shot. I'm uploading some pix for him now and I will steal it...And believe it or not, it was a "nature moment"- in a really random Mexican desert rock-monitor-bowling-from-an-ATV-kind of way.. How many times have YOU wanted to launch a rock through your monitor? (..CHECK. One less thing I must take care of ...