Mileage about 270 Miles. Our longest riding day.
Weather: morning was nice but got very hot and humid.
We said goodbye to Spencer and Mary and their dog “boots” he had dress up in a festive way the night before. Thanks for sharing your home, giving us a tour of things, your favorite places!! Great!! Thanks!!
So many of the towns have large entrances with sculptures like Tecoman.
As we ride down the main road through town. It is under construction This happens a great deal. So we wonder a few streets over, and work around it.
Did not get lots of photos, as we kept moving. There were some great views but nowhere to really get a good photo.
Very lush and green. I really enjoyed this day of riding.
We say several of these billboards on this rural road. Not exactly sure but guessing these are government signs about drug dealers they were seeking or caught.
EDITED: was told: It’s offering a reward of 30 million pesos for information leading to their capture. All the faces have been painted over by “F.M.” or La Familia Michoacana, the cartel that controls that area, as all those faces are cartel leaders.
We stopped at a roadside snack “tienda”. What a great view with a cooler sea breeze.
They had an outside kitchen set up.
Going to Zihautanejo.
It was really warming up as we rode into town, and found the Hostel someone recommended but it was closed. We road back to the main road, and found a hotel. The owner is a BMW rider and was just up in Durango for the BMW rally. He was very friendly and warm. His daughters were helping at the hotel and were great!!
Thanks Edgar and your lovely family!