One of the most beautiful drives I’ve taken in Mexico is this drive during wildflower season, up to the village of Tapalpa in the the mountains near my home. I think I need to pass that way again this year.
Obviously, this little guy has just considered his options and is wondering which way to go!
In response to Cee’s Which Way Challenge.
This seeming bridge to nowhere is actually a loading dock for the tons of bird guano taken from this island every few years to use as fertilizer.
This is my submission for Cee’s Which Way Challenge.
This Way or That Way? Coming or Going?
The way to go may not be perfectly clear, but the way not to go should be!
Silly! It was this way all along!!!
Take the Cobbled Way
At the corner of my street, I always turn left, then always stay far right to avoid scraping my muffler as there is a big depression to channel the water coming down the arroyo. Click to enlarge this picture and you can see a small trickle. A few days ago it was like fording a stream!
Wherever you are going as you enter my fraccionamiento, the way is always up! And the way out is always down.
To see more possible ways to go, go HERE