In my last post, I told you that we had decided the order in which we should proceed: 1. Jobs 2. Place to live 3. Car Well, so much for planning. On Thursday afternoon, we found a gorgeous house to rent in El Refugió, a housing development off Fray Juniper Serró, a little north ofContinue reading “Home Sweet Home”
One of the things I like about living in the Col. Centro Histórico de Querétaro is that there is a river that runs down the center of Av. Universidades with walking paths on both sides. It reminds me a bit of the Boise Greenbelt, except that here the water is not as nice and itContinue reading “A River Runs Through It”
It has been a few days since I started telling this story. Hopefully I can get it down now without crying or tearing my hear out! So, on Friday, 2/16, we closed on our house. That was the simple part of the day. When we were done there, we went immediately to the UPS storeContinue reading “UGH – Continued”
Mexico is a Catholic country. Not surprisingly, therefore, many places are closed on Sunday. Today we learned that people who don’t work on Sundays include our 24-hour security guards. Fortunately for us, I was able to use my foot to dislodge the rod holding the gate down and open it. Otherwise we and our groceriesContinue reading “Sunday: Day 2”
New York bound. Thoughts about travel. Poodles.