Barrancas del Cobre

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Barrancas del Cobre

  1. 1. Our former house in Tucson
  2. 3. San Xavier del Bac – A Father Keno Mission
  3. 4. Crossing the border at Nogales
  4. 6. Church of the Asuncion in Santa Ana
  5. 8. Church of the Asuncion - Hermosillo
  6. 10. Harbor at the Marinaterra Hotel
  7. 11. Our room at the Marinaterra
  8. 12. Sergio (tour guide) serenading us at dinner
  9. 13. View from our window
  10. 15. Pelicans out on the Sea of Cortez
  11. 16. Getting ready to explore the Sea of Cortez
  12. 17. American Oystercatcher
  13. 18. Blue Heron
  14. 19. American Oystercatcher
  15. 21. Shrimp fishing on the Sea of Cortez
  16. 23. Jackie & Tom Lane
  17. 26. Hotel Tesoros in Alamos
  18. 27. Walking through the courtyard to our room
  19. 28. Our room at Los Tesoros
  20. 30. Our room
  21. 32. Young singers and dancers entertaining us
  22. 35. Chimneys on the colonial haciendas in Alamos
  23. 36. Colonial architecture in Alamos
  24. 38. Off to school
  25. 39. Tom & Stan waiting for Jackie & me
  26. 43. Our room at the El Fuerte Hotel
  27. 44. Church in El Fuerte
  28. 45. Shirley in one of the haciendas we visited
  29. 47. Open market in El Fuerte
  30. 48. Open market in El Fuerte
  31. 50. Colorful buildings around the Plaza
  32. 51. Ballet Folklorico
  33. 55. Waiting at the El Fuerte train station with the pinata we took to the Primera Hermanos Galena school in Areponapuchi
  34. 56. El Fuerte train station waiting for the train. Pictured is the pinata we took to the Primaria Hermanos Galeana school in Areponapuchi
  35. 57. CHEPE – Ferrocarille Chihuahua al Pacifico
  36. 66. One of the stops along the way
  37. 67. Our first glimpse of a Tarahumara indian girl – selling baskets at the train stop
  38. 68. Our hotel – Mansion del Castillo
  39. 71. Ulrique Canyon
  40. 72. Visiting the school. The kids sang the Mexican National anthem for us
  41. 73. Lining up for a chance at the pinata
  42. 75. Mexican and Tarahumara kids go to school together – it’s not hard to tell them apart
  43. 79. Sergio introducing us to Conchita – a healer
  44. 80. Balancing rock
  45. 83. Visiting the oldest hotel in Areponapuch Visiting one of the older hotels in Areponapuchi
  46. 84. Barbecue lunch around the reservoir
  47. 85. Stan and I walked around the reservoir… bad idea…
  48. 87. Grocery store in Creel
  49. 89. Typical scene around train tracks
  50. 90. Church in Agua Prieta
  51. 92. Hotel in Casas Grandes
  52. 95. At Mata Ortis, learning how they make their world famous pottery
  53. 99. Takes about 40minutes to fire Takes about 40 minutes to fire
  54. 101. We had an auction for the 3 pieces We had an auction for the 3 finished pieces
  55. 102. Political posters all over
  56. 103. Paquime archaeological site
  57. 106. At the museum gift shop – we bought the black pot with the red and green In the museum gift shop. I bought the black pot with the green and red paiint
  58. 107. At the Menonite cheese factory / store
  59. 108. Fence along the border

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