Here are more pictures from the first part of my parents’ trip to Mexico.
This first picture (taken before they crossed the border) is an example of what my parents do when they meet up with the Boondockers group, the RVers who like to dry camp, without electricity, water, or sewer hookups. My dad says some of them like to compete to see who can go the longest on their 100 gallon tank of water. They shower by getting wet with one cup of water, soaping up, then rinsing with just one cup more. And that’s supposed to be fun? But the bonfires they have each night look like fun.
Here are examples of the color and food presentation that I mentioned in an earlier post.
And finally, here is the Lady of Guadalupe, an image my parents saw everywhere in their travels through Mexico. She seems to be the symbol of Mexican Catholicism.