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Tonight was a good night. Dinner with friends on the patio here at Casa Forster. With eight people for dinner it called for desperate measures. We had to move the mahogany table and five chairs out to the patio to accommodate everyone.
We had John & Catherine, Don and Dale and Eloy and Ginger over for Deb's Creamy Baked Chicken, Vegetables on the BBQ with Fettucine ...
... the back of the pack during our walkabout through Tlaquepaque so I better deal with it before it gets worse.
I want to thank the 180 visitors so far who have read my blog - I really appreciate you following us here in the south. It's 14 days left until we head back north on the 20th - we'll be sad to leave when that time comes around.
... ponds and gardens where they host a variety of events throughout the year. The LCS is also active in the local community and sponsor different scholarship programs.
We spent a little time walking around town and had a disappointing lunch at a local American-style restaurant that just opened. They had a very limited lunch menu from which we had a chicken breast sandwich and chourico sandwich. I was embarrassed for them, and I would hope that they ...
... to Tlaquepaque. It's about a 45 minute drive as this is really just a suburb of GUAD. It didn't seem like any time at all before we arrived, because we seemed to hit it off from the get go. Phil is the quintessential east coaster from New York, I loved his pony tail and his honest, no ******** attitude. Hopefully we can hook up with them if we ever make a return trip, they seem like a couple in love and it showed.
... but very creative in their plans for survival. Eventually they were defeated by typhoid and dysentery, due to poor sanitation. Their brave resistance is said to have inspired Mexico's independence in 1821, ending 300 years of colonial rule. The island is full of old ruins that are presently under reconstruction. The fortress was later used as a prison.
The north shore of Lake Chapala, where we live, has several small villages. At the very west end ...
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