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And then it was foggy desert for miles and miles straight south. The road was great - good surface, and totally empty. No limit outside of the towns, so I let the bike set the speed. It likes to go fast. When the fog lifted there was still not much to see. The terrain is the same as on the Texas side -- flat high steppe covered in low scrub. Every now and then a strange aloe poked its head up -- they would form ...
... had been set up, and the DJ, who would share our stage and perform after Lulu, was not there.
The 6pm dinner was served at 7:30pm and our 7pm show took off at 8:30pm. But as usual, with most Mexican functions, it all worked out, probably better than it would have it had started on the scheduled time. We got to witness our first Mexican Christian wedding ceremony, which is completely different than most Catholic wedding ceremonies. I was taken by the pastor’s ...
... picture was in Monterrey, never saw it before, but the emblem on the front looks like it may be a Pontiac. Cute car.
The statue of St Catherine is in the town of Santa Catarina. All of the towns in Mexico have art objects displayed, so much more than in the US.
We arrived at Saltillo around 4 pm and heard a squeak as we were turning into the drive coming from the MH. Could it be the new brakes or a wheel bearing going? Bill will look further into it tomorrow.
The small mining town of Conception Del Oro is locally known as Concha and is located 50 miles north of the San Tiburcio junction, which is the turn off for Real de Catorce. The people that I had hitched the ride with were coming here, so I decided to check it out for a night and head back to Real de Catorce tomorrow. Tomorrow ended up being a great day for hitching and visiting remote rural villages that I would never have envisaged. This all came about when ...
... no funny graduation hats and only the teachers and a few graduates wore robes. I found out that only the masters graduates wore them. There was the usual legthy speaches (I think it may have been easier to make through since i had no idea what he was saying because i could pretend it was extreamly interesting and enlightning...hee-hee) and then each graduate went up when thier name was called and the masters students recieved sliver hoods with a ...