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Dec 12, 2012 - Nuevo Progreso, Mexico Dec 11 - 12, 2012

Yesterday was kind of a cloudy day, so did some more touring of South Padre Island, made a short ride over to Walmart for some last minute items, then back to the Travelodge for Happy Hour (which we spent in the hot tub) Woke up this morning to a sunshiny day, yet still a bit cool. We had planned on making a trip down into Progreso, and since today was our last day, and the nicest day to boot, we jumped on our bikes after breakfast, and scooted over to Mexico. It cost us .50 cents each to cross over, and .25 cents each to come back to the...

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Jan 14, 2012 - Mission, Texas - Jan 14, 2012

Hi Y'all !!! First of all let me thank Shelly and Claire for the use of their photos because King Tut (Hisself) didn't think to bring his camera to many events. Well, I read that in-between Update that HeyU decided to slot in there. I certainly didn't OK that addition and I can't figure out how the little red a_ _ ed Basket found out my password to update. He's not saying a word no mater how much I torture him! I've even threatened to put him outside!!! He's now looking through the door at twelve gazellion birds feeding at Rita's bird...

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Jan 26, 2011 - Progreso - Mexicothis

Well here we are with at least three updates that I have not sent out. The Internet connections have given me such a hard time this winter that I just kept putting off sending the updates in a timely fashion. I've been trying to update the pictures and keep them organized with captions etc. it would take me so long with slow connections that I would tire of the task before it was accomplished. During the month of December the internet was not too bad, then in January when all the Winter Texans began coming into the Park it very quickly...

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Feb 19, 2009 - Nuevo Progreso, Mexico

The last thing on our list of things to do while in the Rio Grande Valley was a trip to Mexico. We were somewhat reluctant to venture across this border based on the tall tales we had heard regarding Mexico these days. However, we wanted to go and didn’t want to be deterred by the unfounded fears of others. So we asked around. We happened to be at the campground clubhouse one morning when a representative from a local travel agency was promoting her company’s tours to Mexico. We listened as she explained what to expect when traveling in...

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