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September 03, 2010


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jajjajaja, nice picture Candice!!!!!!!

By the way, Dee and Gretchen: didn't have a chance to reply until now, but those crows sitting on those ledges are sculptures! Lifelike, no? I think the crow is one of Cuervo's symbols or logos. I love that wall.

Great now I have Pee-Wee Herman dance and the Tequila song playing in my head! :)


I enjoyed your travelogue as always, and love the artsy shot of the blackbirds on the wall ... that would look great as a framed photo enlargement on one of your walls!

Just read about the San Pancho bridge being swept away, hope all is well with you and your neighbors. Yikes ... scary!

I especially like the little stations placed on the wall randomly for crows to sit on. A person needs something quite like that in their new casa....
Great "off the beaten track" trip.
sounds to me as tho' you are getting into Mexican time very nicely.

Delightful! I was traveling with you. such a nice pace of life...I've often thought of how wonderful it would be to live in a small quiet village in Italy...this feels the same...I so look forward to your writings each Friday....good luck with the final finishes.

C xo

Great post Candice! What a gorgeous town. I look forward to more of your side explorations.

And here is your famous mango margarita recipe!

Candice’s Mango Margaritas

2 medium ripe mangos, peeled, pitted
and coarsely diced
1 cup gold tequila
1 cup Triple Sec
1/2 cup fresh lime juice
3/4 cup mango nectar
About 4 trays ice cubes

In a food processor, purée the mango. You should have about 1 1/2 cups of purée. Transfer to a container, cover, and refrigerate until cold - about 1 hour.

In a blender container, combine half the purée, half the tequila, half the Triple Sec and half the lime juice. Fill the jar to the top with ice cubes, cover, and blend on high until thick and slushy. Transfer to a pitcher. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Stir to blend, pour into glasses, and serve immediately.

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