The only thing worse than coming back from Mexico to Canada in December is leaving behind a friend like LR who remains there til March. Among the regular email updates I get from “Senor Beachbaum” was this… “I got back to the hotel and our maid was looking a little down and she finally showed me her arm which was swollen and she had no feeling in her finger tips. She was a little scared. It took a lot of […]
Lorena just left to attend a 45 day Vipassana meditation course in Massachusetts so I’m (temporarily) in charge of both our website and this blog. It has been too long, as usual, since I’ve added anything here or done basic housekeeping but I’m making a vow, as usual, to be more attentive and to post updates much more frequently. Coming back to this blog after a long absence points out to me that it isn’t very easy to browse older […]
We are at the Bald Mountain Sasquatch Observatory — our cabin in the North Cascades — doing our best to update our websites and get the garden thawed out after a long, harsh winter. The dogs, as usual, are underfoot. We’ve been back-and-forth to Mexico and Central America several times since I last posted on this blog, so once again I’m making a strong vow to keep it more frequently updated.
link to our home site: The People’s Guide to Mexico :: News and Updates from Carl & Lorena: …if you’ve been wondering what we’re up to, or why we haven’t replied to your frantic emails, it’s because we’re just too busy. We try our best but as the website becomes more popular, we continue to fall behind. If you’re inquiring about guided hikes in Mexico’s Copper Canyon, please write directly to Amy at Adventure Specialists for further information. Amy’s email […]