Thursday, March 22, 2018

Jam Session


My first night back in Mazatlán El Centro's neighbourhood  offered some surprises. I walked around  to check the changes, and found that some things are the same but there are some differences--improvement of streets, curbs and sidewalks are a huge and welcome change. I found that the Art Museum has a musical performance tonight for which I will buy tickets, and some of the restaurants are the same but others have closed their doors. I was delighted to find some good jazz.and 7 musicians jamming together. Many of the snowbirds have returned home, but some of the remaining musicians get together and perform at the Mazatlán Film and Theatre place on Constitución 209. Will return there tomorrow night for a movie. I even peeked into a church service for a few minutes before finding my evening meal at a small family restaurant a block from my inn. Although I am alone without friends or family,  I will find enough to do to keep busy yet I intend to do much relaxing.

8 comments:

Janey and Co. said...

and knowing you, which I feel like I do, you will have a whole string of friends in no time.
We feel the same way when we return to our mountain town for the summer. So many changes, but in delight of the things that stay the same...Enjoy!

William Kendall said...

I'd enjoy the jazz.

RedPat said...

You are going to have fun!

Sharon Anck said...

Sounds like you are off to a good start. I hope you are enjoying the much warmer weather.

bill burke said...

Good music is always nice to hear. Have a nice relaxing time!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Wish we were still there to meet up with you!
The improvements on sidewalks and lighting is great!

Lowell said...

Love good jazz, and a few good musicians make for a wonderful evening. But don't you miss the snow and cold? :)

Kay said...

Looks like fun! Flying solo doesn't seem to be slowing you down.