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RE: Using Resources-the many members who live here full time

Señor. rehless maybe the lab technicians did not understand what you needed them to do, If I may take the liberty to write down the instructions so that they can read them in Spanish for you. Por favor: la señora necesita una prueba de la quagulacion de la sangre para poder ajustar la dosis de la medicina Warfanin, gracias. Translation to English: Please: the lady needs a blood quagulacion test in order to be able to adjust the Warfarin medicine dose, thank you. I hope this might help some navegator P.S. how expensive is the machine to purchase? Is it like the glucose test units?
navegator 10/19/21 10:12am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Using Resources-the many members who live here full time

Señor silversand I have to ask my friend and cardiologist, who was the general director of the cardiology department at the hospital de la Raza until he retiered and now has his own clinic with an operating room, he directed me to the hospital, I would guess it is in the Diario Official de la Nacion, I need to ask him when this was implemented, I will see him some time next week and let you know. navegator
navegator 10/16/21 12:27pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mask use in Mexico Right Now-It's IMPORTANT!

Distrito Federal (Mexico City) green, face masks required. Estado de Mexico green, surrounds the DF where I live face masks required. navegator
navegator 10/16/21 10:34am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Using Resources-the many members who live here full time

For those persons that are over 65 years, AMLO "Mexican President" (whom some of you do not like) passed a law that any one needing medical attention shall receive it at hospitals of the IMSS free of charge with a donation of blood from two persons, and yes foreigners who are residents in Mexico are eligible. At the end of June and beginning of July of this year I spent 10 days in the hospital of Atisapan, we were asked to donate blood unfortunately no one in my immediate family can donate nor can I, so the taxi driver and the dispatch lady gave blood, I in turn gave $2,000.00 PESOS to each one for volunteering, All of the lab studies and medicine have been free, now this only applies to persons 65 and older, tourist should have an insurance purchased in Mexico, if they do not have one then this applies. The care and attention that I received from the nurses and doctors was 110% better than what my wife received in the hospital in Chula Vista CA. The doctor's "because there were several not just one" that looked in on me twice a day and four times at night and guess what they listened to me and they spent more than 3:1/2 minutes checking me out and letting me know how I was coming along was far better than the 3 sonograms and two MRI scans that my wife had in Chula Vista for a gall bladder stone! I will not comment on the hospital food, edible yes as hospital food goes just keep in mind that it is Mexican food and not French cuisine, so we will leave it at that! So for all of you x-pats and visitors over 65 your health care just became easier, the attention and human compassion that the nurses and doctors have is a lot better than the robotic you are just a number of dollar$ for us that you receive in the U.S. So try not to get sick but if you need hospitalization, you now have some knowledge of what to do and where to get medical attention. Be safe out there! navegator
navegator 10/16/21 10:15am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: The Big Day is announced

Would this be the Canadian border or the Mexican , I hoppe it is both, a big portion on Mexicos income is from tourism and there are a lot of persons hurting, what with the rains and flooding we need income for them. navegator
navegator 10/15/21 08:40am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Running lights on cars

That is why vehicles in Europe have what is known as middle loight, it is not the high beam nor the driving light but the dimmed driving light, they are turned on when the engine is running and the parking brake is released. They also have a bright red light on the left tail light assembly that turns on when the fog lights are switched on so that when driving in a fog the vehicle in back can see the red light and know there is a car or truck in front. Sun up and sun down are the most dangerous times on the road. This time of daylight is known to the truckers as zero hour, you can not see well with the lights on and you can not see with out them, it is better to wait until there is more light or it gets darker. navagator
navegator 10/15/21 08:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Border

AMLO announced today in the matutina press that the U.S. Mexico border should be open by the first of November, they are going to try to vaccinate as many as they can along the border so that they can open to turistas. navegator
navegator 10/13/21 08:07am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

O.K. nuff horsing round, back to the grind wheel or no hay tonight! SR: fullyiming If you had COVID-19 your stamina might not be what it used to be, be careful in trying to accomplish to many things all at once and do take it slow, this virus affects in different ways. navegator
navegator 10/04/21 09:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Border

A family member can drive the vehicle as long as the owner is present, that has not changed and getting caught means the unit will be confiscated, that is still the law. navegator
navegator 10/04/21 11:24am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

When the sawhorses are finished are you going to put heads, saddles and tails? So that the wife and you horse around? LOL, LOL. navegator
navegator 10/03/21 11:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Smog Test Mystery

one thing that does foul the smog test is the computer loosing the data due to the battery running low by the dashboard clock and computer it self loosing power, it takes about a half an hour of driving for the computer to re-acquire the parameters back for the test unit to prosses the data correct. I have to drive my "C" for half an hour and then go get is smoged or else it fails, the cat has to be really hot and at the correct temperature, another wise thing to do to older units is to do an oil change with filter and also change the air filter. I have a battery disconnect switch for the engine battery so I know that the computer losses all the data, so drive around a bit then go get the smog check done. navegator
navegator 09/23/21 09:33am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

The loss of sence of smell and taste is due to the covid 19 virus, my brother and the youngest son and wife had the virus, no smell or taste. Take care and do see your doctor, it is not a flu. navegator
navegator 09/11/21 11:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 6.9 Earthquake felt in Mexico City

Oficial count 7.1 and a 5.2 at 21:16 aftershock. Where I live the ground is the side of one of the 127 volcanos surrounding the City very hard rock, "Ciudad Satelite" so the quakes need to be above 6.5 to be felt, standing up I do not feel them sitting down yes because the chair moves. Hope every one is safe navegator
navegator 09/07/21 08:42pm RVing in Mexico and South America
6.9 Earthquake felt in Mexico City

9/07/2021 at 20:47:47 a preliminary 6.9 quake was felt in the area of Acapulco. 14 kilometers South East from Acapulco and shallow and felt in Mexico City. I was preparing a late snack when heard noise behind me, "thought" what is the cat doing so turn around and see a door moving back and forth and some cooking utensils swaying, O.K. it is an earthquake and it was long! I hope no one is hurt, and to top it off it is raining, been raining all day on and off, and flooding in Ecatepec, if any of you felt it let me know here. navegator
navegator 09/07/21 08:15pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Where are you going to spend the winter?

At home in Mexico. navegator
navegator 09/05/21 08:31am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Jacked your to house batteries

Do you mean going from a generator to a transfer switch to the battery charger and from the battery charger to the battery and from the battery to an inverter in order to have 120Vac? What do you mean by Jakery and what is that? The battery will give you 12Vdc power to the 12Vdc circuits, and the generator will give you 120Vac power to the 120Vac units AKA. air condition, refrigerator, TV and water heater if so equipped and all the 120Vac outlets and will charge the house battery and if it has an isolator the engine battery will be charged as well. navegator
navegator 09/01/21 09:39am Tech Issues
RE: Cummins service centers in southwest Ontario

Try google maps and search for Cummins repair shops in London Ontario and the locations will appear as flags on the map and the addresses will be on the left side. navegator
navegator 08/31/21 01:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

As long as you enjoy doing what you are doing and have fun, that is all that counts! So what that it is an older RV, some folks restore automobiles that are far older and have fun at it. I enjoy seeing the photos and put in my 2 cents worth now and then, SR.fulltiming do not pay attention to the naysayers they might be envious. Keep on going it is fun to see the progress. navegator
navegator 08/15/21 03:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mexico's Highway Of Death

How many of you Mexico travelers were traversing the road between Monterrey and Nuevo Laredo sixty plus years ago? Back then the stretch between Monterrey and Nuevo Laredo was known as a very dangerous road, specially from Monclova to Nuevo Laredo or the reverse this news is not new, it has been known for a long time. When I had vacation from school I would accompany my dad to Nuevo Laredo to receive equipment from the U.S.A. for the telephone company and follow the 18 wheeler's convoy accompanied by the military from Nuevo Laredo to Monterrey a two lane road no toll road, back then there were no "narcos" and the "bandidos" did not engage the military . The other place that you avoided was the State of Guerrero and the only more or less safe road to Acapulco was from Cuernavaca to Chilpancingo and then to Acapulco from there you went along the coast to Zihuatanejo. One did not go camping in the sierras or anywhere else in Guerrero the bad part on this road was between Cuernavaca and Chilpancingo other wise known as "El Cañon del Zopilote" (the vultures canyon) that is were most of the "asaltos" took place at night. Today the whole country has gone to ruin because of the drug use, the narcos and the corrupt----- "GOVERNMENTS!" navegator
navegator 08/11/21 11:23am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New TIP

So the TIP is issued and is on the phone. If the phone gets stolen how do you prove to the Policia Federeal that the unit is not "ilegal" in Mexico? You probably will need to get a decal. navegator
navegator 08/02/21 10:12am RVing in Mexico and South America
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