Monthly Archives: October 2012

Raisin and serrano quesadillas

I love to cook and between my heritage (New Mexico cattle ranchers on my Mom’s side- Virginia farmers on my Dad’s side), my travels and the places I have lived, I have picked up a lot of techniques and food … Continue reading

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RIP Bounty

Hurricane Sandy is beating up the east coast as I write this and one of the biggest stories to come out of it, so far, is the sinking of the tall ship Bounty. I consider myself a tall ship sailor, … Continue reading

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Paparadise– located in Centro on the corner of Angel Flores y Belasario Dominquez. Look for the totem poles and beach balls! Juan (Manny) was one of the first friends that I made in Mazatlan almost 8 years ago. Handsome, charming, great … Continue reading

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End of the Day

“We  ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean  would be less because of that missing drop.” Mother  Teresa

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Mending nets

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Why I love Mexico– Reason Numero Uno.

One of the questions I am often asked, is why I live in Mexico, and what makes me stay. One of, or probably more accurately, the biggest reason to me, would be the people. Mexicans are open, friendly, and sharing … Continue reading

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Waiting for the set.

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Nuestra Vida!

   I used to write a blog a few years ago. I started it when I moved to Mexico as a way to placate the fears  of my NOB (north of the border) friends that were convinced that I would … Continue reading

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