|7:30 am - Algodones, Mexico|
|The artists who work the square are setting up.|
|It didn't take long before Americans and Canadians flooded the square.|
|Always impressive to watch these accomplished artists work with spray paint cans.|
|Leather peddlers are numerous too.|
|One Canadian I spoke with mentioned a place that offered $.47 (47 cents) Corona beer. UNBELIEVABLE! That's cheaper than water!|
|On our way through the US Border - looking back to the border entrance to Algodones.|
|My brother and sister in law's place in Yuma. L-R Lucky, Hector, Me, Bernie and George.|
|Jeanette took this photo of (L-R) Trena (Lucky) Rita (Bernie) Mary Anne (George) and Diane (Hector).|
|Our hosts prepared a scrumptious chili (salad, desert, libations) that were enjoyed to the fullest.|
|A lot of laughter too.|
|Lucky(R) digs into the dessert.|
|No shortage of food at this table.|
|Before long, the table was cleared and the cards came out.|
Bernie and Rita left yesterday, with a group of 36 friends, for San Diego. There they were to board a ship for a planned 10 day cruise down the Mexican Baja, over to the western mainland (Puerto Vallarta), then back again to San Diego. That group of 36 will have plenty of fun......guaranteed!
That sums ups the past couple of days during our stay in the Yuma area. Thanks for dropping in.