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... heading down. It was but 65M to get down. About 40M into the trip, monarchs appeared, heading up to their nesting place. The whole experience was a testament to Mother Nature.
Rode back in the saddle at times. The horse was sure footed. Gave the horse boy a tip 20 MP. Really tired and flaked out on the grounds at the entry. Suzie was in her Ms Personality frame of mind, blaming all but herself for her plight.
... at their most still. There was a crispness in the air but the sun felt good when on you.
While pictures were important, time was equally well spent just watching them. On occasion they would land on people. I had one land on left front pant pocket. We spent about 1H 15M with them.
The walk down was a bit quicker and uneventful. Took advantage of the loo facilities for the first expense of the day 4 MP. Half the group were taking a long ...
... We have a great cabin of our own, with 2 bedrooms for 75 dollars. I was too tired, stressed, and sore to go down to the hot pools, but the others went down. 4 pools cold, 20c, 30c, 40c! I got a fire going at the cabin (firewood included) and things are warming up. Only 12c up here in the mountains and it's still only 8pm. Now it's the next morning, everyone's still sleeping, the fire is roaring and I'm looking forward to better ...
... southeast U.S. Also, illegal logging still occurs in up to 60% of the Monarch Butterfly Reserve in Mexico. Local farmers strapped for cash, cut down the precious wood, plant corn, and let livestock into butterfly territory.
We were traveling with two friends who came to visit us on the boat. Little did they know that we would be spending the day after they arrived on a bus to get 4 hours away from the ocean. The following morning, ...
... idea of how high up we had come. Anguangeo was no more than a tiny village from there. Once back into town we walked up to the town center and had our second taco of the day. It was good; but the cat nearby that we thought was sleeping on the sidewalk was actually dead. UGH. So much for that last taco...
Having seen all that we would be allowed to of the butterflies, we decided to catch a bus towards the coast. We ...