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  1. There may be a water truck that waters once the flowers are planted. Notice I said “once” as that will be the first and last time the truck will show. I do not say this in a mean or condescending way...ea93105, how long have you lived in this area?
  2. We have lived here over 10 years and Wayne has been doing our taxes most of that time. He is very knowledgeable and has saved us a lot of $$$. Some of our stuff is a bit complicated. FYI Wayne...been lazy this year. Will make an appointment soon.
  3. Use Google Maps...easy peasy. Shows the Macrolibramiento and will take you on all the roads you need
  4. If you Google that name you will find a Stephen Lurie Gibson.
  5. Wholeheartedly agree. We carry Best Doctors for catastrophic medical events. Otherwise self pay. I would love to have free medical care but the Mexican community gives us so much. I just cannot in good conscience take money out of their medical care. This is a very poor country
  6. I flew a small dog to Seattle on Volaris in the cabin...along with 7 In cargo for Bone Voyage. Volaris is very strict on paperwork, you have to sit in a window seat, not much room for your feet as the carrier will not go all the way under the seat in front of you. I was fortunate that the middle seat was empty so I moved over. The flight attendants are really good about letting you move.
  7. Had liner done on my upper lid about 5-6 years ago. Hurt like a mother f——r. Never again. Now it’s kind of red as all the dark brown has faded. BIG mistake on my part
  8. What a wonderful thing for The Ranch to offer this dog. After all these years to take her back. Bless you
  9. So glad to hear his family has been found. Thank you so much for bringing him back to the area you found him. I love happy endings 😊
  10. Leave him where you found him. He belongs to someone. Many Mexicans let their dogs out for the day. I see you Re a newbie to this site. You may not know how to deal with what may be considered “street dogs.” If you see a dog on the street that looks healthy, leave it there as they likely belong to someone, especially in Ajijic. There are few real street dogs here. if you see a dog like this one you picked up who has long matted hair, fleas, ticks and is malnourished they are most likely homeless and need help. Street dogs are a HUGE problem in some of the villages...there are just not enough resources to help them all. Help the ones who most need it. Take a healthy street dog and have them spayed or neutered and if you can keep them put them back where you found them. These dogs know how to survive. It’s the unhealthy and malnourished that need to be picked up, bathed, spayed/neutered and found homes for. PLEASE bring THIS dog back to where you found him. He will know how to get home. It’s dinner time.
  11. The phone number I have is for Leticia the owner (331) 042-8449
  12. Charlie was always smiling and happy. He had the absolute best attitude about life. He told me he made the decision early in life to be happy everyday. Our entire village will miss you Charlie. ❤️
  13. Amazon US sells a little t the f them that ship to Mexico
  14. There are 2 phone stores on the west side of the main street , I think Madero. I want to say across from the bus station. I was advised by a friend to go to the one furthest south. Got mine there a few months ago for 1280p. Had to leave the phone for a few hours and they gave me a receipt. Works great
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