Tuesday, March 10, 2015


--What I will miss in Mazatlán--

This is my last Mazatlán post.
I am back home
Come visit my St Paul blog 

Monday, March 09, 2015

Great Car!

My kind of Car!

The owners of this car obviously own the "Forever Boutique" in both El Centro and Soriana, parked in the garage of their casa when I saw it.

I am back in St. Paul, and will stop posting for Mazatlán tomorrow.
I invite you to come visit my St. Paul blog now!

1892 Vita Sackville-West

Sunday, March 08, 2015

More House Tour Scenes

Daylight Savings Time begins in the States.

Open Air Dining Room

Part of a liquor cabinet in a home owned by former residents of New Orleans.

Saturday, March 07, 2015


 Earlier I introduced you to Susana,  a Mexican artist, who opened her house/studio to the house tour.  From her home in El Centro we visited 3 rather outstanding homes in El Cid in the Golden Zone.  I was most impressed 
with Señor and Señora's closets, a small section I have posted here.

Friday, March 06, 2015

Duos Chicas

Duos Chicas Coming Home from School. 


Thursday, March 05, 2015

Malecon Closed to Traffic. . .Again!

Malecon is Closed
A Mazatlán  Triathlon
Athletic Riders

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Three Employees

 Three Special People
¡Buenos Días, Senora!
Ready with a smile

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Susana, Artist and Teacher

A few days ago I went on a house tour, which is always fun and well-organized, a benefit that gives financial help to many different groups.  One casa we visited is the home of Susana, located in Centro Histórico.  Even without a common language it was clear to me that this artist, who gives workshops, is a very special and vibrant woman.

Monday, March 02, 2015

Renovated House

Years ago when I last saw this house it was a dingy gray, the yard was filled with garbage, shutters were missing or broken so it was a great and pleasant surprise the see the wonderful renovation.

Sunday, March 01, 2015

Theme Day, March, 2015-Aging

Matazlán has a mixture of buildings in El Centro, the old part at of the city.  Next to some stunningly homes, there are aging structures that need a lot of TLC. Tomorrow I will show you one of the more attractive renovated structures.

Click here to see how other CDP bloggers have interpreted the "aging" theme for this month.