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La corona

We gunned it back to Durango on the main highway so I could get my crown installed that night as Doctor Silva had generously offered to do it that Sunday evening. Yeah, I know, getting a crown put in on … Continue reading

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A ride back to Durango

So the plan was to head up towards Monterey and cut west, just south of the city, on Route 20. A road that cuts through a canyon and from picture’s I’ve seen, looks stunning. From there we would head to … Continue reading

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Sotano de las Golondrias take dos.

I had visited this place my last trip as well http://motorcyclemenus.com/2011/01/21/entrada-de-sotano-de-los-golondrinas%E2%80%A6/ but this time it was very different. Dave and I got there just before sundown with plans on camping. I was worried about time, but the road to the … Continue reading

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A return to Huasteca

‘k, I love this place. It’s beautiful, it’s lush, it’s prosperous, it’s friendly, it’s got the right amount of tourism with the right amount of local culture. Dave described it as Coast Rica without the Americanization and tourism. That’s a … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Off to Durango.

We felt three days in copper canyon was enough so even though we had a few more routes we thought about exploring, we decided it was time to start heading to Naica, our next destination. Everything we had read online … Continue reading

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Copper Canyon take tres

From Sal’s we headed down to Copper canyon, but not before having another round of delicious machaca burritos in Arizpe. I’ve picked up a couple kilos of dry machaca so I’ll be able to treat some of you back home … Continue reading

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Duck hunting and camping…

…that’s how this trip started, at least the campsite we stayed at. Just outside of the Douglas, AZ border, was a recreational shotgun club and had different activities each day including duck hunting the day we were there. A very … Continue reading

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Heading back to Northern Mexico

Dave, Jim and I are going back to Mexico on a similar route we did last time. We should be crossing into Sonora Monday morning. Woohoo!!! Also if you want to see where I’m at on my travels. Here are … Continue reading

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El Fin Del Viaje …for now

Almost 60,000 km and 14 different countries, the second leg of the incredible journey comes to an end. After two rough weeks in Lima, a quick bolt down to Bolivia to sell my bike, a couple bus rides and a … Continue reading

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