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... for any RV so take it slow and on your way out watch out for low hanging branches which I'm going to report back to Teo.
Got back into Ajijic midday Monday and RV is back in storage until the next adventure.
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... single corner of this country, but we do want to spend a little more time on the beaches and explore some of the well known ancient sites. We prefer to stick around rather than traverse the border as many other RVers do every year. After all, we do live in our home-on-wheels, so we can accomplish this trip any way we want.
People ask if we will stay here permanently. Although that is a possibility, we are still in search of that perfect ...
... Stefan Schulz a bass trombone player from the Berlin Orchestra. Selections for the concert included full orchestra for the first piece by Sibelius then was parsed down to a smaller group for the Telemann. A harpsichord added that extra touch to this Baroque piece originally for Bassoon solo performed brilliantly by Schulz. For his next ...
... are believed to have worhsipped the wind. For them, wind was necessary for the land to be fertile and for crops to grow. Their temples/altars were round as were the patios around the altars/montones. And the platforms that surrounded the patio were also in a circle. This is because the circle was like the movement of the wind and the fluidity of life.
Anyway, the montones (the circle structures/mounds you will see in my pictures) are rather unusual. ...
... we always need volunteers, donors, ideas...and ways to improve what we do.
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