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James Cole

Packing up the bikes to leave Guanajuato.  Miss you already..  ;-(((((((((( The street we live on in Guanajuato.Officially on the road again!!  You can't miss it because you can't miss all of the speed bumps (topes) in Mexico.  They certainly make good use of them throughout the

From Mascota Mexico we find a road that follows the bottom of a big lake (Laguna de Chapata) toward Guanajuato.  This road will keep us off the main highway. Big note:  Not only are highways boring, but they have super expensive tolls throughout the entire country. 

From Puerto Vallarta we all want to head inland again.  Found another very curvy road to follow.. shock!I personally want to make my way toward Mexico City. The boys do too at this point, as there are some really cool ruins near the city. But first

Good morning from Durango Mexico!  Nice view!!  I have to say that is one of the greatest pleasures of living on the road; waking up to something different nearly every day.Romeo Romeo, wherefore art thou?? (Couldn't help it.. sorry!! ;-)))The Espinazo del Diablo is a special

The time has come to leave Baja California Sur and take a ferry across to the mainland Mexico.  I'm really glad we chose to do Baja.  It's a unique part of the world I'll never forget.James and I were prepared for the lengthy paperwork process to

My bike has been working SO hard ever since I arrived North America.  It's been completely across the United States from east to west, all the way up to the Arctic Circle and Alaska, and back down to the bottom of California.  I think the bike

Death Valley here we come!!Wait a minute! The road is closed..!!  (Screw that! ;-)  We've been on paved park roads long enough now..NO idea why the road is closed.. it's not going to snow anytime soon.  It's not water logged.. there's nobody around to ask, and

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