Farmland in Pinal Villa that has been too wet to plant for almost two years has finally dried out. Two very large sections look like this now. A large section of Milo closer to town was just left to die last year and I assume it may be next. Crops here are tomatoes, chilies, tomatillos, watermelon, papayas, and corn only when it is shared with other crops.
Friday, December 02, 2016
Thursday, December 01, 2016
This is a fundraiser to help the Melaque Centro de Salud. Funds from the government are nowhere near enough to keep these centres running the way they should.
This is going to be a very Mexican event but will be fun with music and dancing. Even if you can't go maybe buy a ticket and give it to a neighbour and help out this centre that has helped so many over the years.
Tickets can be purchased with Dr. Oscar Rubio in the mornings directly in the Centro de Salud, or if you want to come by my office I can call him to come here with tickets.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Must be sun glare
Some friends that live in West Melaque told me about this place and I have seen it before but thought it smaller. They said a good sized menu with good food and good prices. I want to try it someday but no idea their hours. They were closed at 2 PM. There is also no name posted anywhere. There is no glass in those doors so I stuck my camera inside..
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Mostly Poinsettia but they have a little bit of everything including herbs. This small vivero is located on the street across from Lubin's abarrotes.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The road into Pinal Villa is so bad we now cut across to near the Prepa. Lorena said we should stop and look because the last time we saw it, it was just a big hole in the ground. Good to see the government spending money on something important. Supposed to have a few classrooms a well.