|The small town we stayed in our first night in Mexico
|A display depicting life in 15th century Mexico.. It appears nothing changes with human behavior....
|The Paquin Indians had a very sophisticated city at one time..
|A Paquin Indian apartment complex of the 14th century..
|The local shopping district of the 14th century..
|The local Indians still lay flowers here for religious reasons.
|The local "water" system
|Typical landscape of where we are riding..
|Our hotel the first night..
|The hotel kitchen and the owner cooking us a great breakfast with a smile on her face. Everyone is so friendly.
|An afternoon rest stop in front of a village church.
|One of the local Indian children begging.. They are raised from birth to be professional beggars..
|An afternoon lunch stop at a small village.
|The locals getting very excited about the Biker Gang arriving in their town...
|Lunch time, this tour always provides great food..
|One of our guides Juan, tasting a very hot local chili dish. He is Mexican and even he was tearing up and gasping for breath from the heat!
|Home made Mexican Apple pie. Better than any I have had in the USA. Probably because the crust is made with real lard..
|Arriving that evening at the top of the Sierras at tis quaint local hunting lodge... Great food, but no internet or electricity!
|Even though primitive the rooms were still very warm and inviting.
|The heating system in my room
|One of our gang getting into the local mood.
|When you ride with a bunch of men mostly in their 50s, 60s, and 70s, a road side stop every hour is VERY important..
|The lodge dinning room..