My translator renders the Spanish to say, "No depositing garbage and scrap in this place. Offenders will be punished diligently by the Police Commission of San Carlos. Report incidents to 82-6-1600." The people here appear to be very law-abiding: not a piece of trash in sight.
A few days earlier I trekked up the canyon above this arroyo, and what did I find around the bend up and to the left? I suppose the piles of refuse strewn all the way up the canyon were technically legal. Since they were out of line-of-site of the sign, they were actually not located "in this place!"
Settled In October 20th 2009 10/12/2009 11:33 AM
Well, "soon" (last phrase of my post of 10/4) turned out not to be so soon after all! Even that last post was photo-less; I just put some on there, so you might want to check it out one last time...
At least all the major stuff involved in settling into my new digs is out of the way. I have even been approached twice, unsolicited mind you, about doing carpentry work. If ... read more
North America » Mexico » Sonora » San Carlos The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
Taking a trip to San Carlos, Mexico to visit friends and hang out a bit. Hopefully I can get situated with time to devote to writing and a software project I've been working on for what seems like forever!... full info