Jan 8, 2006, 3:46 PM
Post #11 of 30
Now lissen here, Mr. Bubba: That was a nice reply, and I enjoyed it. Like you, I relished being young, too, when I was sober, which was not often. But we will not venture there because I had one, just one, Guinness Stout (a lovely brew) with my BBQ lunch today. Rare, but good, thanks to the new Superama in Morelia. The beer was rare, that is. For me, a near teetotaler. The steak was a bit closer to being well done. Both a lone beer and a steak are rare for me since I am pretty much a vegetarian, but I digress.
Re: [Bubba] Delight on Lake Patzcuaro
But, let us look at the discussion at hand, shall we?
I say the view from Sandio is better than that along the Big Sur coast. You say it is not.
All of which is to say that I say, let's call it A, is better than, let's call it B. A excels B, but not by much, admittedly. Because B, Big Sur, is quite a thing. True.
Okay, you say just the opposite, that B is better than A.
However, you have never laid eyes on A.
I am going to go to bed tonight with this logical quandary of yours on my mind. You know how things sometimes become clear with a good night of sleep? Sometimes, one wakes with a jolt, the answer at hand. Perhaps that will happen to me tonight.
I hope so.
And if it does, I will get back to you on this tomorrow. If it does not, I will forget the whole thing.
From Tzurumutaro, Michoacan, "The Village of the Darned."
The nuts and bolts of moving to Mexico:
The dark side of living in Mexico:
Scintillating life in a Mexican pueblo:
(This post was edited by Miguel Palomares on Jan 8, 2006, 4:00 PM)