A timeless scene from a remote mountain village.
One of the many stunning vistas on our drive through the valleys and mountains of Nuevo Leon.
The mighty Rio Grande, now tamed for irrigation and industrial use.
Rune enjoys one our many great meals.
A dip in a Spring fed pool requires the appropriate beverage.
The breakfasts, like all the other meals, were a feast for the eyes and tummy.
And I thought Americans had a drinking problem!
Garcia cave, a show cave of extraordinary beauty.
The patio of the hotel where where we stayed in Bustamante.
Yummy! Fresh guac, salsa verde and chips.
The 3 Amigos.
Cal was mighty pleased with his jumbo Chile Relleno.
This roadside eatery had great food and you cannot get more authentic than this.
Giant Bald Cypress at one of several springs we visited.
This train station is one which Poncho Villa raided.
Detail from a mural at the Municipal building in Bustemante.
This reminded me of Cuba.
Karst topography at it's most stunning. We gazed on in wonder with each turn of the road.
I found this little fella hopping around the hotel patio early one morning.
... and still more.
Geary does his best to interpret some pictographs for us.
We came across these Candelilla processors way back in the countyside. Few gringos have seen this.
We saw this calcite pile along one of the back roads.
The entrance to Potrero Chico, a famous rock climing area.
I was unable to determine what this was, but the artwork is beautiful.
Photo by Rune.
This was near the end of our all day drive through the back country. Photo by Rune.
I was shocked to see so much trash! A direct result of an emerging/expanding middle class in some parts of Mexico.