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Destination Mexico tells everything you need to know about getting yourself and your boat ready for a cruise of weeks or months in Mexican waters. For the practical, hands-on pleasure boat skipper, whether power or sail, you'll find advice on clothing and provisions, recreational and galley equipment, toiletries and medical aids. The authors, veterans of Mexican cruising, guide you through the intricacies of government paperwork, insurance, even crew selection and buddy boats. The second half comprises an alphabetical listing of equipment you are likely to need including electrical, mechanical and navigational gear.
A few years ago I saw a story about an Australian couple that had bought and were attempting to restore the 14th century French Chateau de Gudanes. They recently shared a Vogue article about the Summer at the Chateau. I got lost in the stunning photography and found myself drawn back to the story over and over. It seemed so different than my life in flood-soaked Louisiana. The photos showed a ntique chairs and a settee outside casually placed around a fire pit with a glimpse of the Chateau’s weathered wall. colorful summer wildflowers placed in front of a crumbling fireplace or artfully placed in a vintage china bowl. Centuries old bedroom furniture comfortably arranged in a room ravished by time. broken windows opened to a stunning summer mountain view unchanged by time. As I explored this beautiful, other-worldly place, I found a blog post written by the new lady of the manor. She wrote of the Chateau as a real, living thing and she told of the gifts, as well as the difficulties that she and her husband had experienced in trying to bring life back to the crumbling structure. She wrote of friendships that have been forged as people from all over the world were drawn to restoring this old structure that had survived wars, droughts, famines, and time. But it was her short mention about the frustrations of hitting government bureaucracy that made me see similarities in my seemingly unrelated Louisiana life. It’s clear in her writing that she doesn’t want to complain about her frustrations because it’s obvious that she comes from wealth and privilege to be able to not only buy the Chateau, but to attempt a restoration on such a grand scale. My home did not flood, so I too come from a place of privilege. I’ve lived in my home nearly 30 years. The people that own businesses around me are my friends. The family that owned the best Chinese take out—whose children I watched grow up—will not be reopening, nor will the drugstore, or the dance studio in which a generation of little girls twirled and danced. My hardware store and garden center, where I bought my Christmas trees, my birdseed, and who helped me with my garden was swept away forever. While it’s just an inconvenience to find another place to shop, I don’t know what happened to the people who worked there, that I knew by face and smile only. Did they lose their home and car along with their job. Or were they lucky like me. There has been progress made in the weeks since the biblical-sized flood hit south Louisiana. The trash piles that contained people’s lives in the front of their homes are starting to be picked up. By spring the trash piles will all be gone and new growth will erase the brown stained yard that’s left behind. Like the Chateau owner, I have many, many, friends frustrated by bureaucracy. Everyone is desperate to get normalcy back into their lives, to get back home. Only to be bitch-slapped by insurance, or FEMA, or this or that agency. They’re told their claims are being denied, or to start over, or to fill out this form, or go to that office, or to wait in that line, or to be put on endless hold. So I continue to go back to gaze at the Chateau’s photos. I’m an art director, so I understand it’s the contrast of the time-damaged walls with the exquisiteness of hand-crafted antique furniture, or beautiful flowers next to crumbling brick, that makes the images so powerful. Thanks Lisa, I’ve been wanting to write something, but I had no words. And then this story found me or maybe I should say, the Chateau found me. I didn’t plan on publishing it today, but I accidently hit publish after I finished. It was an emotional story to write and I didn’t have the energy left to delete and republish, so I figured it was ready to be heard. You’ve done an excellent job of putting this tragedy into perspective. I’ve moved into a house where scammer fixer uppers have done shoddy work that I’m having to redo. I have part of a nonworking bathroom, but nothing to complain about when I think of Louisiana. Like you, I come from a place of privilege even if it’s simply because I have a roof and my things are dry. I’ll always remember one day shortly after the flood I stopped by a friend’s flooded home just to give her a hug. They were salvaging what they could and things were drying wherever they could find a dry place to put things. I realized she was feeling the support and love from friends and family despite.
Baby Huey's Famous Boat Grub (brown sugar, rice, oil, onions, pork chops, cheddar cheese)
Lighten-Up Whatever Floats Your Boat Brownies #32204 (applesauce, eggs, flour, salt, sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract)
Stewed Beef Boat Noodle Soup Gkuay Dtiow Lauy Recipe (beef, bean sprouts, cilantro, hot pepper, fish sauce, garlic oil, garlic, green onion, galangal, sirloin steak, beef, rice noodles, lemongrass, cilantro, anise seed, sugar, white pepper, sea salt, soy sauce, water)
Egg in a Boat (butter, eggs, bread)
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