White Sands, New Mexico Tour

I just got back from a wonderful motorcycle ride to Alamogordo and White Sands National Park. First, I want to thank our fearless leaders Mary and Lisa for putting this trip together for everyone. Second, it ws wonderful to see and ride with some old friends (you know who you are) and make some new friends along the way. We visited the White Sands National Park and all I can

El Santuario de Chimayo

This week we took a drive up to Chimayo to visit the Santuario de Chimayo. What a wonderful place to visit. We took Juliet and Harlee with us and they had fun exploring the grounds. We had lunch at the little cafe next to the church and roamed around the area. Here’s a little bit about the churches history… El Santuario de Chimayo, a small shrine located in the Sangre

Papantla Flying Acrobats

This weekend is La Alborada in San Miguel de Allende. The festivities began with a performance from the Papantla flying acrobats. They climb a 50-foot pole and then spin down to the ground on ropes while one guy sits on top playing a flute and banging his little drum. It’s really fun to watch. Most of the flyers are about 3-feet tall 🙂 We were told that there would be

Mineral de Pozos

Yesterday, we visited Mineral de Pozos. It’s a quaint little town about 45 minutes from San Miguel de Allende. We had lunch at the Hotel Posada de las Minas which is a beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of the city. While having lunch we met a very nice gentleman named Alex who agreed to take us to one of the old mines on the edge of town. We visited

Bernal Road Trip

I had to take the Harley in for a service so Bill (with Juliet) and I decided to add a road trip to Bernal. What a wonderful little town! Lots of shops and restaurants in the central part of the town and it was very easy to get to. You can definitely park you car and walk around the whole town. We had some great tacos for lunch and did

A Day in San Miguel de Allende

Just another typical day in San Miguel… We like to walk up the El Jardin, Bill decides to get a shine for 20 pesos ($1 US) while I take photos of the street vendors. Then it’s off to grab a bit to eat at Quince rooftop restaurant which has a beautiful unobstructed of the Parroquia de San MIguel Arcángel. Leaving Quince, I couldn’t help notice the very large chandelier hanging