Margarita's Plaza Mexicana
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I arrived safely and embark on the Copper Canyon railroad at Chihuahua, first class ticket to Creel, por favor. The landscape reminds me of Spain. I play with my new camera and discover it protects me when I stare directly at the Sun. It's four hours to Creel across rolling grasslands, the left side of the train is mostly in shadow so the photos aren't great, but the right side gets smogged by engine fumes more often. I make friends with some locals, there is ...
... so skimped on our room, and as a result woke up covered in bed bug bites, including two on my face -ugh! The glamour of long term travel! Another full day on the road, getting hammered again by tolls took us to a wee town called Tequila. Some of you may be familiar with the local brew - taken traditionally with salt and lime, it has a tendency to leave you face down in a gutter somewhere. An hour from here we finally reached our destination ...
... just starting his own trip I will be very interested to see how he gets on for the rest of it. 4 years on a bike though… Mental *******!
So similarly to most of my rest of trip through Mexico, I was taking things a bit more slowly and spending a few days in each place to explore the surrounding areas. There were a few things to see and do around Creel. Saw some rocks in Valley of the Frogs, then some more rocks in Valley of The Monks… ...
... course, we wanted a guide, especially when we saw how cute he was. The little guy spoke well in Spanish and was thrilled to show us the way. He explained that his buddy was a mute.
The trail through the pine trees and big boulders had little pockets of 'stores' set up where we could look at and buy Tarahumara crafts. There was no pressure to buy as the ladies were very shy and they were busy working on making new crafts.
We arrived at ...
... of the Hacienda San Miguel and its facilities for the purpose
of the reduction of metals.
Alexander R. Shepherd 20 years later not only made the hacienda the center of the operations of his company but also his residence. During 30 years of mining operation the BMC produced
close to 30 million ounces of silver.
The armed conflict of the Mexican Revolution (1910-1917) and the depreciation of the price of silver resulted in the closure of the ...