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RE: Tioga George

Moisheh, so you were the one! I remember when he was driving down this very rough road in Mexico, two of his solar panels flew off of Miss Tioga's roof; he stopped the RV and George had to take a walk down the road from where he had come to collect the panels and whatever hardware he had lost and started driving further to a friend's house to repair the problems. Yeah, he said he spent a couple of days there doing repairs. You were a true blue friend.
charlestonsouthern 02/11/19 03:10am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Possible???

Playaboy, since your friend left the trailer behind (with its ten-year permit) and such trailer is tied to his truck in Mexico's computers, all he would need to do is come and get the trailer with the same truck he brought the trailer across the border with. You seem not to be the one with a problem; he is the one with the problem. Your truck with Mexican plates is not tied to his problem unless you want it to be by towing the trailer with your truck. Hope he has not dumped this all in your lap; in that instance, I would just simply walk away with your truck.
charlestonsouthern 02/11/19 02:41am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Edgar's and Ana's Santa Ana

Never met Edgar and Anna, but their life sounds like a love story--going to another country to play rock and roll and falling in love with Anna. Accidents can change lives forever, but they were together until the end. In their hearts, what a beautiful couple. God Bless Them. Now I'm sad, just got to stop this.
charlestonsouthern 12/04/18 12:23am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Gasoline and Diesel going up in price

Mexico's inflation rate is 6.4 percent this year? If it goes much higher, Mexico will need to print much higher Peso notes, say a 5000 Peso note. So far, when we were in Cozumel, the largest note I had was a 500 Peso note and small change was give me in 1 Peso coins (what, no more 1 Peso notes?). C
charlestonsouthern 10/27/18 02:40am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mazatlan And Vicinity -- Hurricane Warning

Will there be an official accounting by Mexico as to the number of deaths related to Hurricane Willa?
charlestonsouthern 10/24/18 12:14am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mazatlan And Vicinity -- Hurricane Warning

Mexicowanderer, when and where was your photo taken? NOAA says now 35 miles out from eye of storm are hurricane force winds and 125 miles out from eye are top end tropical force winds. One news report said that many surfers were out in waves off the beaches of Mazatlan, even as workers were boarding up houses at the last minute.
charlestonsouthern 10/23/18 02:58pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mazatlan And Vicinity -- Hurricane Warning

Mexicowanderer, God Bless everyone in the way of this terrible storm.
charlestonsouthern 10/22/18 11:53pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mazatlan And Vicinity -- Hurricane Warning

Hurricane Willa became Cat. 5 today, Monday morning. Weakened back to a top end Cat. 4 by early evening Monday. Difference in impacts between a 4 and 5 hurricane is negligible. Severe hurricane warnings in effect from San Blas to Mazatlan including Las Islas Marias. Folks, if you are in an RV and are in the warning zone, get out of the RV and seek shelter; a hurricane with Cat. 4 or 5 wind speeds will tear RVs a part as much as 50 miles inland. It takes some time for a hurricane to wind down over land with Cat. 4 or 5 wind speeds; most people drown in the wall of water pushing in front of the hurricane. The nice little seaside town of Mexico Beach, Florida, I can no longer go back to; Michael flattened it. It no longer exists. Michael trained his eye on that beautiful community and hit it as a top end Cat. 4.
charlestonsouthern 10/22/18 09:19pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Kiss And Made Up. How About The prohibited Items?

Moisheh, I do hold stock in one auto manufacturer, Toyota. Toyota stock rode out the earthquakes and tidal waves, and I did too with that stock. We have a few Toyota plants in the US; very easy for them to pack their bags, leave, and relocate, say, to Mexico. That's what this administration does not understand. Just hang on tight, you'll see a lot of positive changes occur between Nov. 2018 and Jan. 2020 because right now 62 percent of the US population believes that. Winston Churchill once said, "When those Americans get it wrong, they do it over and over again until they get it right."
charlestonsouthern 08/31/18 05:47pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Kiss And Made Up. How About The prohibited Items?

2edgesword, when you speak of "adjustments," do you mean the way Harley-Davidson motorcycles have (or preparing to) done in response to the tariffs on aluminum/steel coming into the US? They have moved part of their manufacturing capability to Europe, which was a big surprise to the White House. If you think about it, it was a good chess play as Harley-Davidson also has a large consumer following in Europe, but only at the right price.
charlestonsouthern 08/31/18 03:11pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Kiss And Made Up. How About The prohibited Items?

Moisheh, based on your statement regarding an agreement made for these workers to be paid $16 an hour, do you then think that the new proposed NAFTA agreement is a sham? As said before here, the agreement has not been signed yet between Mexico and US. The prices of goods for sale to consumers in a particular region are relative to the amount of money available in the aggregate in that region to purchase those goods. If $16 per hour is the new payroll rate, inflation on goods for sale will take off like a rocket.
charlestonsouthern 08/31/18 02:32am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Nogales Crossing

moisheh, when I was a lot younger, my husband always said that I could stop traffic!
charlestonsouthern 03/17/18 11:51pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: No motor home permit and no tourist permit

The key here seems to be not having two "undocumented" US citizens' property seized before crossing the border back into the US. Therefore, since it is so easy to get a VISA (FMM) when flying into Mexico, why can't they fly to the US (Mexico doesn't seem to care whether you have an FMM when crossing to the US) and take a return flight to Mexico under which they will receive and pay for FMMs and use these FMMs at various checkpoints while driving in Mexico and subsequently crossing the US border. All of this assumes that they DO HAVE a valid passport with them.
charlestonsouthern 02/25/18 12:41pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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