THE GIANT WORE SILK The writer comes close to saying that some of the myths here in Mexico might actually be . . . true.
REMEMBERING ROBERT KLEFFEL The Ojo remembers Robert Kleffel, an ex-pat who gave back so much to his adopted country of Mexico. Rarely has a foreigner been held in such great esteem by the Mexicans here at Lakeside.
SHAME The writer, himself a Canadian, continues to plumb the deep waters of the Canadian psyche. God help the North Americans when he gets around to dismantling the psychological mind-set of the United States
PROFILING TEPEHUA The writer is fascinated by the influence France has had on Mexico, not the least having been with the inimitable French pastry!
A compelling picture of the legendary Tecumseh, one of the greatest military tacticians of all time, today regarded as a great hero in Canada, whose government has erected statues and issued a commemorative postage stamp in honor of this Native Canadian leader.