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Final Post...New Beginning  Posted on 04/14/2012
Well, here we are, back in Maine. After five years in Mexico, we have returned to Maine to live for most of the year. But we plan to return to Mexico every winter. We are staying in Waldoboro, about an hour and a half north of Portland, in...
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Still Slowly Makin' it Back to Maine  Posted on 04/07/2012
Here are Pixie and Lynn Cleek. We met Lynn shortly after our migration to Mexico in 2007. She and her dear husband, Gary, had to un-retire and go back to work for a few years. They live in Washington D.C. When we went to visit, though,...
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Taking a Break in Indiana  Posted on 03/20/2012
We are spending a relaxing week in Muncie, Indiana with our son Eric and his family. While Eric and Crystal are working this week, we are able to have much extended time with our grand daughter, Isabelle. As you can see, she is bonding...
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On the Road Again  Posted on 03/13/2012
No new photos now, but I wanted to post an update to our adventures in San Antonio. We spent three rainy days in the hotel without a car, eating at the Denny's next door, waiting for the windows on our car to be repaired. When we got...
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Trouble in Paradise; no, no, I mean TEXAS!  Posted on 03/09/2012
These photos were taken about 4AM Thursday morning outside the LaQuinta Inn in San Antonio. We were sleeping peacefully, when Chuy started barking. When I looked out the window, I noticed a young man who had already cut open our canvas...
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Crossing the Border  Posted on 03/07/2012
Here we are, yesterday morning, on Zaragoza in front of Ron and Jean's house, ready to head north with our car packed and Chuy ready to go in his crate. I am happy to report that, after a couple of long days, we have crossed the...
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Final Days in Mexico  Posted on 03/03/2012
As we are winding down our final days as full-time residents of Mexico, we certainly have mixed feelings. We are excited to be back in Maine for the better part of the year, but it is indeed sad to be leaving such a vibrant and interesting...
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Carnival!  Posted on 02/22/2012
Yesterday was Fat Tuesday and the annual Carnival parade in Ajijic. There is definitely a transvestite theme in this parade, along with kids dressed up in carnival masks throwing flour at everyone. There was lots of beer consumed, little...
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Stuck in the Rain!  Posted on 02/10/2012
We arrived back last week to an unusual weather pattern: rain. Normally, this area receives little to no rain between October and June. Everything is dry and dusty during this period. But something's up this year because we've...
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Back Home from Philadelphia  Posted on 02/01/2012
We arrived back in Ajijic last night from our trip north to gather with our family and celebrate the life of my dad. Wendy and Cassie took the bus down from Maine to join us. Here they are with Pixie after we came back from interring...
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  • therubycanary
    therubycanary 30 January 2011 05:36:51

    Hello! I found your blog on expat-blog and had to come take a look. I am also a Mainer, who the long way around, has ended up in Jalisco. I'm in Tlaquepaque, and just visited Chapala for the first time today. I'm teaching English at a private language school here, and absolutely love it. I have been teaching in Asia for years, and although the money is no comparison, the quality of life is fantastic. Best, Shanna

  • Rob Myers 27 February 2009 23:37:15

    Thoroughly enjoyed your blog. It was all so very interesting. Oddly enough, I enjoyed your recitals of day to day living the most. I've bookmarked your blog, so I'll be checking back.

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