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This is San Carlos, our first stop
Another view of San Carlos
We get personal with local wildlife. He's a much better kisser than you, dear
But, there are limits. This one has bad breath
We provide entertainment with many of our meals
Excellent meals, but Scorpion stew is optional
This is more our usual fare
Still, some customers prefer to live dangerously
We try to use the best restaurants in each area
Don't expect to lose weight. You won't.
Stop on the worlds highest road bridge? No problem
The Mazatlan-Durango Hwy has over 120 bridges & tunnels
This is one of the planets most spectacular drives
We hit fiestas on most caravans. This is "Day of the Dead" in Durango
This is St Patricks week in Melaque
Mexico, where your dog can enjoy the swim up bar
Not everyone is thrilled with the Mummy Museum in Guanajuato, but it's hardly dull.
Most are fascinated by its network of underground streets, however
We provide volcanic eruptions for excitement? Read the disclaimer. Earthquakes optional.
We like to cosy up to the local police
And sometimes recruit them to install a new mattress for a customer
Local dignitaries, like the Mayor of Durango, often visit our caravans
We see a lot of weddings, but really, a bit young?
We caught these in Mazatlan
The wagon master sets very high standards
We sometimes offer a Bass fishing alternative to Copper Canyon
You will love Mexico's Colonial Cities
A lot of Mexico is much older and we visit those places as well
These pyramids are near Zacatecas
We spend a few days at hot springs
How about a campfire & the Superbowl?
There is lots of culture to experience
Like the dance of the old men in Michoacan
Sometimes the roads are like this
OK, I confess. Some are just friggin awful
Sometimes it's tight, but we take it slow
It's easy on the toll roads. We try to use them when available
We stay in contact by CB Radio
We use Green Angels as tail-gunners (like AAA)
Copper Canyon is a highlight
It is home to the Tarahumara people
Lots of thrills like zip lines and suspension bridges (barf bags not incld)
We are eating again. A ranch BBQ in a field
No safety fence on the Canyon edge, but kids are a renewable resource
And local rock formations can provide inspiration for making more
No trip is complete without a waterfall or 2
We try to camp where there is nice view
It's hard to beat this vista
The start of a boat trip on the lake at Patzcuaro
Janitzio Island in Lake Patzcuaro
Traditional fishing, but the only thing they want to catch is coins
Obviously we try to avoid hurricanes. Patricia did this
ATVing in Melaque is optional, but fun
Some customers fly their kids down to join in
We do 1 or 2 river trips.
Our evening soirees with musicians are popular
What's a trip to Mexico without a visit to a Tequila factory?
We visit Herradura, the oldest one in Mexico
Lots of unusual trees in bloom in both Fall & Spring
Ad hoc Mezcal (it's booze) production in the hills
Many parks we use have shark-free pools
We camp on many beaches like this one
This is the RV park attached to that beach
Well, I guess you get the message. We like beaches
In fact, we like all of Mexico, so will you. Join us on one of our Caravans for a once in a lifetime experience. See the real Mexico.