We did our 2 mile walk around the park yesterday morning, and made some skype calls back to Canada. I did the vacuuming, and Ruth defrosted the freezer. Then Ruth cut my hair yesterday morning. We had left over tamales heated up in the frying pan for lunch. They were just as good the second day. Relaxed in the afternoon, and took a photo of our shorts and t-shirt weather...
A few clouds, with the temperature about 24C (75F).
Around 4:00pm, it was time to get ready to go to the fiesta next door. Two babies had been christened earlier in the day, and of course there has to be a big fiesta to celebrate. It was taking place on the property right next door, and Sal and Barb had been invited and they were welcome to bring the campers. We never turn down an invite to a Mexican fiesta! Only two other campers went, but there was also some of Sal's family.
This turned out to be a fairly fancy event! We figure there were probably 250 people.
Our table. The couple on the upper right are Coco and Lupita and we are invited to their wedding this coming Thursday!
There was a band, and they played almost non stop the whole night! They were really good. The music they play it called "musica trio", which is music of a more soft and romantic genre.
One of the babies in her christening dress.
Sal's aunt and his mother.
Nothing like a little tequila and Squirt at a religious event!
There were lots of children there, and they were so well behaved.
Another great day. Wonder what today will bring...? Maybe we'll go for a bike ride into town.