|The water is risin' Mama and it got deeper then this!|
|Alien being turning off electricity.|
We had both the RV and Jeep repainted. So they are really spiffy looking now. A matched pair.
|Both with their bankies covering the hood murals. So handsome now.|
|Pablo mechanic and his helper working on AC.|
|The reason I gained 10 pounds over the winter.|
|The bakery where the rolls are made in Centro|
|Friend Roberto and his family checking out the Jeep as he had just bought on himself.|
As always there were amazing sunrises
We were in Huatabampito when the Virus was taking hold and people north of the border were going crazy. So we bought paper goods and sanitizer there. Good thing, haven't found any yet in the US.
The roads down and back for the most part were good. Just a couple of places still need work. The two new bypasses are great. And even spent less on tolls due to booths not collecting money.
Got our deposit on the Jeep back within four days after leaving Mexico.
We were gone 139 days door to door. Put 2522 miles on the RV and another 2300 on the Jeep. Yep, we do a lot of running around. Our biggest expense - not counting work on vehicles, was eating out.
|Fat Fish Ribs the first night in Mazatlan|
|Delicious Puntas de Res|
Fuel for both vehicles totaled USD 1776. All in all with everything except work on vehicles included we averaged $78 a day.
We were out and about almost every day. Love the Carnaval Puppets this year - found all but one of them.