Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Annual Melaque Plaza Dia de los Muertos

These should be available to view most of Thursday as they build them. All day Friday and into the evening as well. Most spectacular in the evening when when all the candles are lit. Years past the High School has done this and I think a Secondaria. This year it looks like CECYTEJ (technical school in Jaluco) has the honors.

For people that want to see the real thing in the area Panteon ... most decorations will be placed November 2nd.  The Panteon is out Highway 80 and you are welcome to visit. At night not advised.



Monday, October 27, 2014

Emissions testing in La Huerta

The place in Cihuatlan is closed and some have been going to Autlan which is a heck of a drive for a 15-20 minute test. La Huerta is much closer and a few have used Israel who is across the highway from the central Pemex up a half block or so. I'm sure asking locally would be productive.  Just heard that the cost is $450 pesos and Monday is Market (Tianguis) Day in La Huerta.


Monday, October 20, 2014

Beautiful Dog Needs Home

This heeler-mix is being cared for in La Manzanilla and we've been asked to help find him a permanent home. Contact Karen at 315 109 7527.


Friday, October 03, 2014

New bridge and old school

The west end bridge that crosses the canal is finally finished. Two guys are working on expansion joints and that will be it except for painting a line down the middle.

They paved out to the highway and redid the on ramp towards Melaque.  Right now they are putting up a new metal guardrail where the guys are working.

And finally the old Secondaria on the highway. The picture is from a few days ago but now all but one building is a pile of rubble.  Destined to be a new soccer and sports field.

Bridge

On Ramp

Old Secondaria

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Even a bridge can be a major event

Massive production for the new bridge in Melaque. 
Turn speakers down



West end bridge over the canal.  Took them a few months
Related Posts with Thumbnails

Archivo del blog

Mexico Books

Rolly Brook's New Book Moving to Mexico