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... 5 min or so to sell pastries, refreshments, etc. You don't find that in the US.
There wasn't much to see in between Matamoros and Cd Victoria: miles and miles of open and very flat land, with small towns in between. Most of the land was flooded from the recent tropical storms and small hurrican that has devastated the northern central part of the country. I saw miles and miles of destroyed crops and couldn't help but think what are these people going to do ...
We passed large ranches with fields waiting to be planted with next year's crops and small farms dotted with goats, cows and sheep along our route down highways 97 and 180. We saw a farmer herding goats down the roadside and then three caballeros on horseback riding through a field - very old fashion and so perfect in this setting. People smiled and waved as we passed by and we felt ...
I dropped the Buell just a few miles after leaving our hotel and broke the clutch lever. The bike was terrible unbalanced. It was Sunday so nothing was open to get parts. We applied epoxy and took a hotel room to wait for it to dry... More pics and details to be updated ...
Hello to all, we finally made it out of the states. The doc said I could go so we left the next day. As you can see we are in ciudad victoria. It is really a nice r v campground. No one is here but us, very quite and nice and warm. It did get a little chilly last night, had to ...
Hola, We are now in Ciudad Victoria and ready for the last leg of the journey in Mexico. Weather has been a complicating factor and we decide to forgo anymore unbearable sultry weather. In Veracruz it was over 100 with 90% humidity. The Gulf of Mexico felt like bathwater and the skies threatened but never produced rain. We decided to head for Tampico as we had heard that the road had been vastly improved. Not that we noticed or, if it had, we pity the folks who drove on the ...