Photo highlights from Querétaro State
A post with the relevant details of our trip to Querétaro, Tequisquiapan, & the Freixenet Winery will be forthcoming, but for now the behind-in-her-readings MBA student can only be bothered to post a few of the random photo highlights of our 3 day trip to the state of Querétaro….
I love this picture-- beat up Ford truck, manly-man in a cowboy hat, and the damned girliest kick-dog this side of the Rio Grande perkily riding along in the truck bed.
I was pleased to learn that the hilarity of writing "Wash Me" (lavame) on a filthy car is an act that transcends all cultures. The pig art is a nice touch.
You may be expecting to see the typical ropes to ring the bells in this tower? Not here folks-- these bell ringers had better be some of the most agile kids in town. I reckon the business side of that bell could fling a child halfway across town .
John's new thing is when I pressure him to pose for a jack-ass photo, I am forced to pose for one return. Here's me, trying to fly higher than an eagle.
Looking back, I'm surprised I hadn't seen one of these stickers sooner in México. Roughly translated: "In this home, WE ARE CATHOLICS. We do not accept propaganda of other religions. God bless this home." More roughly translated: "Back off, you dirty Lut'rns; we don't want you or your up-to-no-good pal Martin Luther hanging 'round these parts."