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  1. I can't point you to an official answer, but from what I've heard, SIMAPA is not quick to turn off your water for non-payment. I think you'd have to get a few months behind before they would. Probably one thing you don't have to worry about right now.
  2. Nelson just wants a good lap to crawl onto, and Naomi is looking for a good squeaky-toy thrower. Naomi is about 4 kilos and is inquisitive, playful and fearless. Nelson is smaller, about 3 kilos, and is mellow and affectionate. Neither is very barky. They are 4-5 months old and are black with white on chests and feet. They both get along well with other dogs, and I suspect they'd be fine with cats. We are in Ajijic. PM i you'd like to meet them. They can go to different homes.
  3. You can call or whatsapp me at

    333 903 8776

    thanks

  4. Hi -- I'm interested in the bookcase.  I could look at it tomorrow if you are available.

    Let me know

    Thanks

  5. In Guadalajara there is a medical equipment supply store that has them (and lots of other stuff). Medilab, at Federalismo Sur #5, www.medilabguadalajara.com.mx for the online catalog And Lidia at Lakeside Medical has them to rent. I would rent before buying to make sure the hoist works out for you -- I found it to be very awkward and cumbersome to get the patient onto the sling, and it ended up being easier to make transfers from bed to chair manually - with muscle. But that won't work if you're moving someone big.
  6. search within google -- use : site:www.chapala.com cbd and things will come up
  7. I, too, am looking for some red worms for composting. Very interested in any responses!
  8. There was a notary in west ajijic on the carretera in Villa Nova. I think she is still there, but I don''t remember her name. When I drive by tomorrow I'll look to see if there is more identifying info.
  9. BP in La Canacinta. Was a 30 minute line (lined up from the west).
  10. As to when you should visit -- I would say August, or maybe March. The rainy season starts in June, and in May it is hot and we are all rethinking our decision to not have an air conditioner. It is when we start counting the days, and placing our bets, to the start of the rains. December and January are nice, but it is the snowbird season.
  11. BP station west of Ajijic has gas - premium only right now. I just drove past - there are 30 to 40 cars lined up in each direction.
  12. Jose Martinez (josemartinezchapala at gmail dot com) 376 76 5 3297 045 333 174 1282 and 045 331 152 1369 Contact info is from a card a couple of years old.
  13. Jose Martinez and his camera on a cable/snake can probably find it. He looks at the display to see turns and angles in the pipe, and estimates location based on that and the amount of cable out.
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