Travels With Dos Tortas

17 Sep

For the last two weeks, we have been in Texas, dodging Covid, bullets, visiting friends and family and attending to annual medical visits. Missing a blog post was a first in ten years! Friday Sept 16 celebrated twenty-eight years since Lisa and I collided in a gay bar in downtown Austin, Texas. Life is a hoot.

Fun with family exploring Natural Bridge Caverns.
We were very impressed with this Cavern that is down the street and we’ve never visited!
Sept 16 is Mexican Independence Day. Classic cars are truly a Mexican passion.
We haven’t been to a street fair in forever! Music, food, dancing and art!

We return to Bacalar on Tuesday. Our puppies will be glad.


One Response to “Travels With Dos Tortas”

  1. Jack Scott September 19, 2022 at 3:43 am #

    Caverns and cars. What could be better? 🙂


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