Which Way to Huejotitan???

I took my visiting friend Jane to see this very old Hacienda that was purchased by an American couple and established as a residence for children who might otherwise be unable to attend school. One hundred percent of the children accepted for residence go to college. An amazing statistic.  As you can see, although I had a bit of trouble finding my way to it, it was well worth the trouble.  I hadn’t been here for ten years or more, but as you can see, it is beautifully maintained and preserved.  So, make your way down the pathways and through the arches of Huejotitan with me.  As usual, click on the first photo to enlarge all.

It’s been a loong time since I’ve done this challenge.  Don’t know why.  For Cee’s Which Way Challenge.

9 thoughts on “Which Way to Huejotitan???

        1. lifelessons Post author

          Perhaps they just came back because they considered it to be home..The one young man was studying horticulture and showed us the irrigated plot he was setting up to grow organic vegetables. That’s the “maze” the dog is standing in. They’ll both eat the veggies and sell them. They also have fields around the hacienda that they either maintain or rent out. The people et them up well.

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  1. slmret

    What a beautiful place for the children to learn. Do they attend college in Mexico, or elsewhere? Coincidentally, I’ve been wondering recently how Agustin is doing with his summer school and camp?

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      They did the two week art camp in the garden part of his restaurant. I taught projects for three days–bracelet making and egg carton flowers. The kids were enthusiastic and well-behaved. I think they loved it. I should post photos.. I will.

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      1. slmret

        Thanks for posting those photos of the art camp! The kids looked as if they enjoyed what they were doing, and proud of what they had made! I’m glad Agustin is still helping them — he really has some strong and good ideas!

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