The drive from Cholula to Oaxaca was beautiful
We passed the tallest volcano in Mexico, Pico de Orizaba.
I love me some bugs!
We had some nice walks down the country roads in El Tule, Oaxaca
He does this on his own. I really don’t make him.
Mountain View from our campground
We found some treats along the way
A neighbor was busy with his new sculpture
I really loved his dragon 🐉
We found some lizards
They are so happy to see me
I jogged a bit around the country roads until I found a better route into town
This guy was amazing
Lots of beautiful creatures
$100 pesos for 12. That’s about $5 US
The sky was so blue
We found this beauty! The owner was proud to show it to us. I asked, “Se vende?” He said No
This is the place to buy your Mezcal
We walked into town, El Tule.
They have a very nice centro with a market, vendors and restaurants.
Mexico’s famous tree
Lots of color and murals everywhere
Small church on the corner
My Corona King 👑
Some of our walks resembled hikes….This was a road
Me and the big tree
Me jogging by the sign
Everyone loves a Woody!
That’s a bull with his own stereo!
We rode our bikes around a lot!
We found this fabulous lake on one bike ride.
The eight ball! Fabulous place for breakfast after our hike around the lake.
And cheap! About $5.50 US
We stumbled across this cute village on the way back. Santo Domingo Tomaltepec
I loved the orange!
He’s being Corny! 🌽
Biking to the lake is a big deal. See all those folks?!
Not sure if you should eat these…. They were sweet 😊
I’m really enjoying the cacti 🌵
Is it pokey Larry?
He’s daring me to catch him
We made a few trips into Oaxaca. We mostly just walked around
I thought this was awesome!
The basket and bottle were real- not painted
We love these big gates
He’s so happy!
They had some amazing spiders. None crawled into the trailer.😀🙏
A ginormous moth!
The day came when we said goodbye to our friends Ross and Jacques. We enjoyed staying at their little paradise. We relaxed and rejuvenated with our good friends.
Loved the sign but didn’t buy any mezcal
Beautiful scenery on this road.
It was a lovely drive through incredible mountains
Agave for Mezcal of course
El Camaron. I had to take this picture for my son Cameron
The C had a Saxophone too. I thought that was so cool
We arrived in Salina Cruz!!!!