The Norther that started on Monday with all the wind has gone away. The cold front cooled the highs to the high 70’s and lows in the low 60’s and left a lot of cloudy skies in the area.
A young couple from Quebec arrived last night. They are on a longer adventure in their VW van, all the way to Panama. One problem, they have no detailed maps and didn’t have a campground guide but Francoise and Emily had determination and luck.
I brought my old Mexico Campground Guide by Church and gave them a good price. I was able to provide them with detailed maps of the states of Mexico as PDF files so they could find their way to the Mayan ruins and the Belize border.
The cooler weather makes it enjoyable to bicycle. Peggy and I biked back to the beach and explored from the mouth of the river to the Turtle conservation area and walk on the isolated shell laden beach. Our little 7 mi bike ride was a good start to get Peggy going on her new bike again.
We are getting in some book reading but I’m going back to the Internet place to send this on Thursday afternoon our fourth day in Mexico.
The campground is quiet and the owner is very friendly. I don’t know when we will move on to our next destination Trailer Park de Alba on the Emerald Coast North of Vera Cruz.