• Thursday , 19 October 2017

Mexico

Road to Ruins

Road to Ruins

It was quite cool and damp camping in El Tule, Oaxaca so Ducati suggested some beach time. Since Shannon and I were both dealing with head colds and sore throats we agreed to the plan eagerly. Team Boiler Works headed ...

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Stinky cats, breakdowns, and love motels

Stinky cats, breakdowns, and love motels

The olfactory equivalent of a claymore mine went off in our camp at San Miguel de Allende. A posse of feral cats prowled the camp area causing Ducati to go ape shit with blood lust as he tried in vain ...

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Slow and steady

Slow and steady

Since leaving the Pacific Coast we have been slowly making our way  inland a bit east, north, and now south. We figured for this post we would show lots of pictures with detailed captions and leave the stories for another ...

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Copper Canyon, Batopilas Video

Copper Canyon, Batopilas Video

This short video is of our motorcycle ride leaving Batopilas, Copper Canyon, Mexico. The road out of town is in the midst of construction as they pave the route from Creel to Batopilas.

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Mexico Accommodation

Mexico Accommodation

A detailed accounting of our accommodation (camping and hotel) throughout Mexico from 2 October to 29 December 2014. It includes GPS coordinates, photos, and descriptions.

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The Sierra Madre Occidental ain’t no joke

The Sierra Madre Occidental ain’t no joke

This mountain range is rugged, remote, and had us completely spellbound by the wonder of it all. We left the Copper Canyon for the big city of Durango and found ourselves underdressed and looking like vagrants in a very sophisticated ...

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Pride before the fall

Pride before the fall

The road we took into the Urique Canyon pushed us and required all of our skills. Once we safely arrived at our camp neither of us were keen to backtrack the same route out. I started asking around for an ...

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Hola Mexicana

Hola Mexicana

We’ve done this before, border crossings that is, but still a little nervous. Our last night in the US was spent in the border town of Douglas, Arizona in a 100-year old restored hotel with magnificent Tiffany stained glass. It ...

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