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We wish you a very Happy New Year y Feliz Nuevo Ano.
Patti and Alan
And there we were, on the road to Guadalajara - the second largest city in Mexico. Again a beautiful route with mountains and lakes. When we were about halfway we decided to stop to make ourselves a cup of coffee. This was something we often did during our trip to South America, but this time we had not had an opportunity to do so until now! Even now , it was a weird place to stop - just in front of a motorway toll ...
... on my own, only had one tiny sip of Tequila the whole day. It was a small sun-drenched town, which was cool to spend a few hours in and see some street performances, walk round a little bit of the Jose Cuervo shop, jump in to a truck which was a tequila barrel, and get some photos with some American Indian dancers. Didn’t actually really see anyone my kind of age – it was mostly richer and older Americans so I preferred having my day out, stopping to get ...
... and comedic timing just right. The audience participated in a fun song where one half of the audience shouted "TACOS" the other "ENCHILADAS" and finally Chi Chi "and BEANS"! Another number "I Feel So Spanish" an old Eydie Gorme piece Chi Chi cleverly worked a huge fan on the down beat of select measures which had the audience in stitches . This number turned out to be one of my favorites of ...
Next week, once the scaffolding is taken down in Tepehua, we will take the last photo of the whole mural and post it in this blog.
Way to go everyone!
Connie and Chris
NOTE: You can run these photos as a bigger slide show, if you'd like.
P.S. The very last animal that I worked on in the mural was a wolf and it reminded me of the following story about Two Wolves. I just thought that I would ...