It was a nice night. Shopping was decent, I bought a scarf, Baja T-shirt and a cap and T shirt for Bob.
Phone numbers and names to remember. Oscar was a good guy and his mother-in-law or suegra was the Señora that cooked lunch for us at the farm (rancho).
Below, while in town a Mexican man asked to wash our truck for 50 pesos...thats $2.50...he worked on it for more than an hour so we paid him much more...Thank you!
This man wove blankets for a living. He followed in his family's foot steps. We will put this blanket in our truck.
Mission San Javier Mission in the Sierra de La Gigantic, following was a farm lunch
This Ranch was called the Cheese Factory
This is where I learned that even if a dog is blond, fuzzy, old, walks up to you slowly and looks like a Labrador retriever it isn't necessarily friendly. He tried to bite me! With a wet finger and no blood I left him to himself. No picture available.
...window in the main dining area where the Señra made strong Mexican coffee for us.
The Señora's kitchen hot plate is ready in the cooking area. Above, the bed frame I believe was used in the hotter months. Below is their cooking water. Laundry room on left with cheese rags ready for production. and the stirring spoon at easy access.
...a nice group of amigos...love you ladies!
Trish, Cathy and Lori