Les had been to the market just down the road from us, and took a chance that we were still here. He brought us a big bag of fresh strawberries! Thanks Les!
After we ate some strawberries, we headed for Guanajuato. Again, a pretty short drive. It was 80kms (50 miles) to the Bugamville RV Park. The road was just a 2 lane back road, but it was nicely paved, and hardly any traffic. And it was scenic as well!
When we arrived at Bugamville, there was nobody in the office. We just went ahead and got ourselves parked up. There are no other RV’s here, and the field where you park can hold probably 60 RV’s. About an hour later, a car drove up and Enrique got out. He’s the owner here, and he speaks quite good English. We filled out the registration sheet, and I could see on the sheet all of the RV’s that had come through here during the month of November. There were maybe 10 other names on the list, and although I only glanced at it quickly, I think all of them were from Quebec. The last one to come through was on Nov 25. We have noticed in past years that very few Americans RV in Mexico. And we have noticed that quite a few Quebecers do. Enrico wanted 170 pesos ($14.50) per night, but we explained that we didn’t need any hookups and he reduced his price to 150 pesos ($12.80) per night. We paid for two nights.
Another beautiful sunny day. We decided to just relax and read outside. Well, that’s what I decided anyhow! Ruth kept herself very busy doing some more laundry by hand. Then, she made stew for tomorrow’s dinner. Then, she made Whiskey’s food. Then she made dinner. Then, she made granola bars. Then, she baked a loaf of bread so that we could take egg sandwiches with us for lunch tomorrow. She says she would rather do hand laundry in Mexico than have a washing machine in snowy, cold Canada!
How much do you want to bet that tomorrow will be another perfect day??!!
Here's today's drive....
Today's drive 80 kms (50 miles)