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  1. A friend and I listened to all the kudos you wrote so we arrived at Casa Linda just as the 2:00 dinner menu kicked in.

    We decided to share a rack of lamb and a spaghetti carbonara with chicken.

    We started with the lamb and had it served to us first with each of us having two of the chops.  It came accompanied with mashed potatoes, sauted carrots and lettuce. It was all very delicious and cooked to perfection.

    The spaghetti carbonara with chicken was a nice follow up to the lamb.

    Both dishes were divided up in the kitchen so we did not need to divide them ourselves.

    We ended this superb meal with creme brule.

    We perused the 89P lunch menu before leaving.  It is extensive.  We will try that the next time.

    Our meal was one to remember, good food and good service. 

    Hopefully it will avoid the lakeside restaurant curse of inconsistency.  If it does it will be a winner.

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  2. I use my Mexican passport leaving Mexico and my US passport entering the US.  If I used the Mexican passport to enter the US I would need a  US Visa to enter.

    I do show my US passport at the check in which covers me for not needing a visa to enter the US.

    I leave the US on my Mexican passport and enter Mexico with it as well.


  3. My daughter, adopted, sent her DNA to 23 and Me.  She found her birth mother and found she had a 1/2 sister, 1/2 brother and 4 nephews.

    Her half sister had sent in her DNA to 23 and Me shortly after my daughter had and therefore the company found the match up.  If the two DNAs had been sent to different companies I don't think a match up would have happened since there is not a universal bank of DNA used by the various companies for individuals.

    However the DNA would match up with ethnic background as that is universal knowledge.based.

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  4. I first met Russell in 2000.  He had just arrived in the Lakeside area and was staying at the B&B in which I was staying.  The next day I was flying back to the US to wind up everything and bring my car and a trailer to Ajiijc where I had bought my house.  I needed to get to the airport so tired as he was from his drive down, Russell drove me.

    He was a good  man and a good friend.

    RIP Russell.  We will miss you.



  5. I just looked at this year's car insurance policy and found an R.F.C. number on it with my name above it.  Can I assume it is my number not the agent's.

    Someone mentioned it should have some of your information such as a birth date woven into the R.F.C>. number.  The number on the insurance policy does not.  My curp number does.

  6. My inter cam with camera does not let the door bell ringer know I am watching.  I can easily see them at night as well as during the day.  I have two buttons.  One just soundlessly activates the camera  but nothing more.

    The other can be used to activate the inter cam or disengage the gate so they can enter.  The camera comes on automatically when someone rings the doorbell.    The outside  unit is outside my front gate about 60 feet from an inside  wall of the house.

  7. After a few years off the market Pirma Brazil sandals are once again being manufactured and are being sold at the Flexi shoe store in Ajijic across from the plaza.  They may have them at the Flexi store on Lopez Cotilla. I do not know that as a fact.

    They  are being sold for 449P.

    For those who have never seen them or worn them they are wonderful for walking on the cobblestones as they have thick rubber soles, leather tops and an air pocket in the back.  When they were previously manufactured and sold they were very popular.


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