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... close-ups. Cameras flashed.
The tableaux were lit up with colored lights and beautifully crafted to resemble the manger. The church bells played Ava Maria and opened its doors for mass. Gringos joined local families to stroll and chat in the churchyard. You could not ...
... that is stored in the front compartment of the RV.
I hired two young men who work for a local propane delivery service. They told
me that they knew what to do, and got to work the day I spoke to them. Six
hours later, the lines were hooked up, but the generator would not start. They
had not hooked it up correctly and now needed to make a parts store run and
return. It was now after 4pm and I informed them to wrap it up. I paid them for ...
... time they returned to their starting point, the rain returned. Not enough to get us drenched, but enough to keep most people home, or at the local New Years day parties.
Now it is time to prepare for all the next fiestas coming up in 2013. January 6 is Three Kings Day (Los Tres Reyes) when the Mexican children get their gifts hidden within piņatas. Some of the pueblos will be celebrating by having their own fiestas. Then on January ...
... 18 years and loves it, even though her husband died five years ago. So far, everything is progressing as per plan and we do have food in the fridge, not that we know what we bought - but we'll be able to keep fed for a bid until we get our sleep patterns back into shape.
Tomorrow will be picture day of the area and local homes which I'll share on tomorrow's posting.
Adios Amigos !
The 30-hour trip home was grueling, but the entire journey was worth every minute of it. Re-entry felt a bit strange as I made my way through five flights, six airports, and four countries, sharing tales with other weary travelers along the way. It took me over an hour to clear customs and immigration in Los Angeles, and I was disturbed by the stern, authoritarian attitude of the the U.S. officials. Other countries were strict and business-like, ...