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decided to tackle the job myself and got some Mexican help. We completed the
task in 3 weeks.
It was a major rehab and we did not have access to U.S.
parts. We did a lot of improvising and it came out OK. It may not be pretty on
the outside, but the job was solid. The inside finish work will be done north
of the border when we take our first trip back to the U.S.
That brings us to our next topic. Our ...
Yesterday morning I would have bet the Globos (hot air balloon event) would have been canceled. It is very windy and two tropical storms seem to want to make Ajijic their meeting place but "THE SHOW MUST GO ON" was the motto for the day.
Globos (balloons) teams have been working furiously for ...
... to change at a moment's notice.
As we walked up the road to head for dinner, George and Jan pulled up in their car and asked if we wanted to join them for dinner..... Sure Why Not !. So off we went to Cafe Ma Ga Na, a local restaurant on the Caraterra on the way to Chapala. This was a nice little spot run by an expat from the UK who served up a great hamburger and fries. I felt somewhat obligated to our ride, so I took care of the dinner for ...
On Sunday, we received a great Christmas present - Amy and Matt arrived in Ajijic just in time for a Christmas dinner of roast chicken, a Mexican stuffed ham, scalloped potatoes, beans, salad and an ice cream cake. Amy looked cute as a 4 month expecting mom and Matt seemed to be in surprisingly good shape, considering that it has only been a little more than a month since his ordeal with Salmonella.
Janet and Don, our friends from Kitchener who moved to ...
... watched about 10 movies and reacquainted myself with PV.
As always with me and my ‘small world’ stories, there was yet another one in PV. I had been downtown PV, saw a bus with ‘Costco’ on it along with a whole bunch of other place names. The buses in Mexico chalk the names of all the towns or streets or places they go onto their front windshields. They used to be privately owned, with ...