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  1. Hi All, Is anyone able to recommend someone who is able to transport two people, two touring bicycles and twelve bags from Ajijic to the new central bus station in Tlaquepaque/Tonala (or nearby) next week? Given the particulars, a truck or empty van would be ideal. Both bikes are fitted with fenders and front and rear racks so even if we remove the wheels they still take up about the same amount of room. A sturdy, externally-mounted bike rack might also work - willing to discuss the options. We're experienced with all kinds of people transport options but have never looked around for some
  2. Everyone reading this post is hereby invited to attend an upcoming event that organizers are calling the "First Annual Ajijic Corn Festival" What: First Annual Ajijic Corn Festival - Guest speakers, Music, Crowning of the Corn Princess and Prince (bilingual presentations encouraged) Where: Ajijic Malecon - Amphitheater When: Saturday, May 20th, 11:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. Why: In solidarity with the 6th Annual March Against Monsanto The event follows-up on the success of three similar events that took place in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Bring your enthusiasm, your signs of solidarity and a
  3. My father, who has non-diabetic neuropathy in his feet, has had remarkable success with of all things, emu oil. Not sure if it's easy to find it down here but, if he was writing this, he would recommend it above all other treatments. Best of luck.
  4. For the sake of forum posterity, here's a link to a 2012 English language case study of the hydrology of the Chapala-Lerma basin: http://www.conagua.gob.mx/CONAGUA07/Contenido/Documentos/LermaChapalaBasinCase.pdf And, regarding the quoted ground water table decrease, my guess is that the following book is the source of the 250' measurement: https://books.google.com.mx/books?id=N9TlKJEuuawC&pg=PA154&lpg=PA154&dq=water+table+%2B+lake+chapala&source=bl&ots=AX6_ojA3W5&sig=dLgETSt-fKWpNL5nS20UhHvYqdc&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiR-NWAzfjMAhVIMFIKHTEuAUI4ChDoAQ
  5. The following 2011 English language blog post written by Barbara Harwood (a.k.a. Pia Aitken) for the Lake Chapala Green Group makes reference to the fact that, "[t]he water table below us has dropped about 250 feet in the last five years from burgeoning development." http://lakechapalagreengroup.squarespace.com/home/2011/4/29/gaias-freshwater-an-oncoming-crisis.html Perhaps she can chime in and provide us with the source material that corroborates her claim. On the Spanish-language side of things, the following El Universal article from 2002 makes reference to the fact that there are some 2
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