This post is a tribute to one of the Flyboys. His name, Chip Henly. Over the period of winters that I spent time with Chip, he took me on some remarkable flying adventures. One spectacular adventure/flight, was our flight to the mysterious town of Mexcaltitán.
Flyboy Chip Henly [Dec 2009]
While reading "The Golden Years" blog of my friends, Carol and Bill, I learned that Chip Henly had passed on about a year ago. Cancer got Chip. So, I am putting online this Tribute to Chip.
Chip took me on an exploration flight on March 12, 2009. Using Chip's ultra-light aircraft, we went north from Aticama looking for Mexcaltitán. And we found it!
You may share that day with Chip, by clicking [here].
12:15pm - I planned to eat lunch today at Restaurante Tuscani. Apparently Tuscani does not open for lunch today. A little closer to the lake, is Sunset Cafe. I'd read good things about Sunset. So, I went down there.
I ordered chicken fajitas, which were OK.
2pm - I walked up to Cafe Kitsch for their carrot cake and WiFi. After Cafe Kitsch, I'll may return to my room for a nap.
Pretty good life, huh?
3pm - Back at my Hotel El Amigo room for a nice nap. I don't know why? But I really need a nap this afternoon!
6:30pm - I've been choosing Central Comedor for supper a lot lately. Not because the food is very inexpensive, which it is. But because the chicken really tastes great! And the tortillas are so good and fresh too!
I get a kick out of watching the young women making the tortillas!
Grilled chicken and fresh tortillas
7pm - Just up the street from Central Comedor is the Sarita ice cream store. It's a lot like Baskin-Robbins except fewer flavors.
I like their strawberry sundaes!
(I already took two bites!)