Thursday, November 02, 2006

6:30AM - Electricity in the Pueblo of Cataviña.
There is no electricity delivered to Cataviña, Mexico. Generators or solar panels are the only source of electric power. The one little grocery store runs a large gasoline generator 24/7. Except for the this generator and an occasional large truck, it was very quiet for sleeping last nite.

10AM - Day Camped near Lake Chapala.
Soon after we left our Camp in Cataviña, we came upon a road sign. “230 kilometers to Guerrero Negro.” That's 143 miles! We had been thinking about traveling to Guerrero Negro today. Wow! Much too far to go in one day! So, we have made a Day Camp here at Lake Chapala. There is a store and a mechanic's shop nearby.

1:30PM - Nite Camped on the lake.
We have moved on to Dry Lake Chapala, and will stay here until tomorrow morning. Wow, this place sure is flat!

Did you know that this is MsTioga's first boondock in Mexico for this trip south?


Our Nite Camp on Dry Lake Chapala.


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