APR
14
2015

Reminiscing in Puerto Vallarta

Just like with boats, RVs don’t fare well when left sitting. We spent two full months in Mazatlan and the day we left I started the engine and discovered that the rear main seal was leaking again. That’s the one that leaves a puddle of oil on the ground after starting
APR
09
2015

Toothless Grin

It’s been a weird tiring week with Lowe sick, then better, then sick, then tired, then hungry, then not hungry, then better. Today he is finally better. We think. We’ll see tomorrow. We popped into Sayulita on a whim because some friends were in town. We thought
APR
05
2015

Semana Santa

Semana Santa—Holy Week—is the big Spring Break-type beach party weekend for Mexico. There was a slow buildup throughout the week, but Thursday is when the flood came, and the partying kicked into full gear. I say it is like their Spring Break, but it’s really not like a
APR
02
2015

The Easter Buildup

It’s was kind of funny watching all of the gringos pack up and leave in just the last couple of days. RVs loaded up en masse and hit the road, determined to get completely out of Mexico before the Easter holiday hit. I say it was kind of funny, but what I really mean is
MAR
31
2015

New Canada

There are a ton of Canadians in Mexico. Like ten to one versus Americans, it seems. And Quebec—what is the deal with Quebec? Does that whole province just get to leave for six months of the year? The population there must drop by half in the winter. The Americans down here like
MAR
28
2015

Sayulita Life

We’ve very easily slipped into a routine here in Sayulita. In the morning, still in pajamas, we wander out to the beach where the kids play and explore before breakfast. After eating we walk around town a bit, ride bikes, and hang out at the playground. Home for the