The road to Huasteca

After the third day of dentist appointments Dave and I finally got on our way around 2:30 in the afternoon. My mouth still sore, my pocket book empty and with my  mood needing a change, getting back on the road was just what the doctor ordered. Even the highway out of Durango rocked! We headed straight out on highway 45 for the first 80 Km before we stopped for a cerveza and fresh mango and avocado where we decided to get off the highway and start exploring. What a great move. We rode some beautiful farm lands and cactus fields before ending up in Canitas de Felipe Pescador, a town where the railway intersects mulitiple lines and all night long trains were swapping cargo. We were the only ones in the hotel and the locals went out of their way to accommodate us including getting the neighbor to leave his car out on the street so we could park our bikes in his locked garage.

…and excellent pollo asada for dinner. …just sayin’

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