Gallery

Here are some pics of the majestic Copper Canyon as well as some of the delicious Sierra Madre foods

Walk Across Juarez
A painting in the Burger King at ELP- the old days at the bridge.
A painting in the Burger King at ELP- the old days at the bridge.
I cross the bridge and am welcomed- and the welcoming continues for three days.
I cross the bridge and am welcomed- and the welcoming continues for three days.
An evening of dominos with the boys- cool.
An evening of dominos with the boys- cool.
Segio and Gustavo with letter of apology from Bill Clinton- great story- see our blog.
Segio and Gustavo with letter of apology from Bill Clinton- great story- see our blog.
Dinner during a rainstorm with men from the city.
Dinner during a rainstorm with men from the city.
All over the city I walked freely and felt fully at ease.
All over the city I walked freely and felt fully at ease.
Second breakfast- or third. Chicken tacos.
Second breakfast- or third. Chicken tacos.
All the trip I tweeted and sent the message- all is well and thriving in Juarez.
All the trip I tweeted and sent the message- all is well and thriving in Juarez.
I was followed for several hours by tv and other press.
I was followed for several hours by tv and other press.
My right hand guide at Authentic Copper Canyon. Alfredo Murillo at the bridge.
My right hand guide at Authentic Copper Canyon. Alfredo Murillo at the bridge.
The streets of Juarez were packed- thriving.
The streets of Juarez were packed- thriving.
I had all kinds of Mex press but absolutly none from El Paso.
I had all kinds of Mex press but absolutly none from El Paso.
Meeting a man and nieta in the plaza- I have grandkids this age and would bring them here- absolutely!
Meeting a man and nieta in the plaza- I have grandkids this age and would bring them here- absolutely!
With Tintan- local actor and icon.
With Tintan- local actor and icon.
Getting my sandals washed up- fun at every corner.
Getting my sandals washed up- fun at every corner.
Juarez will always have a corner of my heart and soul- thank you so much!
Juarez will always have a corner of my heart and soul- thank you so much!
I walked and was welcomed everywhere- I had my concerns but was always at ease everywhere.
I walked and was welcomed everywhere- I had my concerns but was always at ease everywhere.
Lunch at Tomochi with Sonia and a film crew and our hosts.
Lunch at Tomochi with Sonia and a film crew and our hosts.
Holy cow the food was awesome- I have neverf tasted such rajas!
Holy cow the food was awesome- I have neverf tasted such rajas!
Gustavo Elizado was the mayor of Juarez- and our host.
Gustavo Elizado was the mayor of Juarez- and our host.
On the street in Juarez- incredible warmth and hospitality everywhere...and fun!
On the street in Juarez- incredible warmth and hospitality everywhere…and fun!
Boys and futball with border patrol in the background.
Boys and futball with border patrol in the background.
My Freind Alfredo Murillo is standing in US and I am standing in Mexico- this is a spot where you can "cross" for a few feet- we talked at a distance of a few feet with the border patrol.
My Freind Alfredo Murillo is standing in US and I am standing in Mexico- this is a spot where you can "cross" for a few feet- we talked at a distance of a few feet with the border patrol.
Mexicans at Rio Bravo with El Paso and UTEP across as borderpatrol watches.
Mexicans at Rio Bravo with El Paso and UTEP across as borderpatrol watches.
Rio Grande (Bravo) and the train bridge- this is the spot where NM, TX and Mex meet and there is no wall.
Rio Grande (Bravo) and the train bridge- this is the spot where NM, TX and Mex meet and there is no wall.
Evening over Juarez/El Paso from Hotel Ibis.
Evening over Juarez/El Paso from Hotel Ibis.
A gift from our Ramada Inn host Lorenzo- oh my this is good mescal!
A gift from our Ramada Inn host Lorenzo- oh my this is good mescal!
Our hosts for night 3- the modern Hotel Ibis near the consulate.
Our hosts for night 3- the modern Hotel Ibis near the consulate.
The end of the journey in Samalayuca
The end of the journey in Samalayuca