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Mission trip
Learning to teach Sunday School
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Couple with waiter at table
Magnificent craggy peaks, brilliant sunshine in bright blue skies, barren desert valleys stretching to the horizon, adobe homes, cool and dry. Then the wind, sand-blasting the earth, transforming blue sky to thick brown haze, gritty dirt between our teeth, but we were safe inside our van. Mark, Kathy with waiter Felix Six couples, plus yours...
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Women in wet suits
Wonderful tour from Chihuahua to Cabo San Jose via the Copper Canyon train.
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Our Guinea Pigs aboard the Yacht Pacifica What makes a hotel luxurious? Why is one hotel $400 or more a night, as some are in Cabo San Lucas? Why are others in Mexico a very reasonable $34 a night? What is luxury? My willing friends, better known as the Guinea Pigs, are here to report...
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A yacht? How often do those of us of the non-1% get to cruise the Sea of Cortes aboard a 96-foot yacht? It just sounds elegant and exciting to be among the the beautiful people. A once in a life-time experience for our Guinea Pigs. Guinea Pigs on board the Yacht Pacifica Filled with anticipation,...
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4:30 am comes kinda early, but we weren’t the only ones gathering at the train station to board our Copper Canyon Train. My guests on this trip, were (and perhaps still are, I hope,) dear friends. They agreed to be my guinea pigs to try out the tour to see what was good, bad and...
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People sitting on deck
Everything is done.          I’ve just sent off the picture-filled Travel Packets for the April 8th Western Forts tour, along with hanging name badges and leather luggage tags. All of us on the Copper Canyon to Cabo tour have our Travel Packets and I’m filling in the luggage tags now so everyone’s luggage is recognizable....
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San Jose Park Rangers
The fun times!British construction 1880sLa Paz and Sea of Cortes There is nothing more dreaded, other than perhaps a root canal or a tax audit, than a history class. My beloved friend and repeat customer, Dalia (I know she won’t mind my outing her), groaned about the lengthy lectures on our Spanish Missions tour two...
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Making it happen I was just rereading my blog from last October “On Travel and Drug Lords” about travel in Mexico. At the time I was encouraging people to sign up for the very first #CopperCanyontoCabo tour. It was to take place from December 26 to January 7 and included not only the train, but...
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