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A Contemporary Art Exhibit at Fabrica de San Pedro – Beautiful Mexico

A Contemporary Art Exhibit at Fabrica de San Pedro - Beautiful Mexico

I am not a big fan of contemporary art, however, when I saw the sign for this exhibit I thought it would be a good experience for my girls. We didn’t know what we would find but we enjoyed our afternoon not only because of the art but also because of the beautiful location in beautiful […]

38 Photos of a Hidden Park In Uruapan, Michoacan – Beautiful Mexico

38 Photos of a Hidden Park In Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico

If you visit Uruapan be sure to save time for an afternoon at Parque Lineal de Camelina, located right next to the Uruapan National Park near Centro. We didn’t know it existed until recently and we spent a couple of hours exploring this beautiful place with our family…. By The Way…. It’s FREE! And maybe […]

Temazcal – A Sweaty Steam Bath in Mexico


Our friends in Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico like to visit La Casa Del Temazcal. A Temazcal is a type of sweat lodge, heated with lava rocks, used by the indigenous cultures of Mexico and Central America. It has been around for hundreds of years, since the ancient Mayans and Aztecs walked Mesoamerica. To some visiting a […]

Hiking in Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico


We love being outdoors. There is something about nature that is calming and enlightening at the same time. When I am stressed out and need a break, a breath of fresh air always seems to help. I think God made it this way on purpose. It’s a natural healing effect of being outdoors. Our current […]

Bible Assembly in Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico


We had our spring Bible assembly at La Fabrica de San Pedro in Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico. The factory is a beautiful building with old and new mixed together. The current factory operates in the large basement rooms and the upper rooms are used for conventions, wedding, and parties. The older walls are made of adobe […]

Bible Ministry Adventures in Mexico #5


Participating in our Bible ministry in Mexico is always an adventure. First we meet at our local Kingdom Hall or a friend’s home. Then we make small groups and leave for the territory or our Bible studies. These photos are from two different days in our Bible ministry. We had to cut the first day […]