Mary Jane Gagnier At Casa Murguia and Rancho Pitaya I know it’s been some time since my last newsletter. I’ve been really busy since the end of the year. Mexico is a top destination for digital nomads enjoying regular paychecks and horse riding tours, by nature “al fresco”, are the
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Mary Jane Gagnier I wish everyone fair weather and good footing as we crest the pass to the new year. 2020 has gone by at a racehorse gallop. Despite no tourism in the 2nd quarter, I was determined to keep the horses fit and trained, and with the help of
Newsletter #5 Posted on 25 October 2020 Year of the Pandemic By Mary Jane Gagnier I urge you to read the on-line version with photos on the Horseback Mexico website. BIRTHDAY BRUNCH AND THE RUBY-THROATED MIGRANTS ARE BACK Exciting News: Unique Extended Stay Offer at Rancho Pitaya. Riders, Hikers and Birders pack your
Dear Friends and Family, From Oaxaca, this is the 4th of my “pandemic” updates. The “New Normal” and Oaxaca’s Perfect Summer Weather August 13, 2020 The New Normal Oaxaca is proving it can bend the curve of infection significantly downwards and what supports this success is massive adhering
June 24, 2020 Rancho Pitaya, Rojas de Cuauhtemoc, Oaxaca Dear Friends and Family, I started this update on the 22nd. Now the update needs an update after yesterday’s quake. Thank you, all who inquired about my well-being. I was standing in my socks, in the kitchen of my casita at
2nd Oaxaca Update May 12, 2020 Dear Friends and Family, Last Sunday, May 10th, was coincidentally Mother’s Day in Mexico as well as the rest of North America. It was reassuring that the feminine powers of nature finally bestowed a proper tropical downpour on Rancho Pitaya. Last Saturday, May 9th,
Dear friends, I think many of you are wondering how Oaxaca is doing. Oaxacans are resilient, elastic and resourceful; they expect change and assume impermanence. The country of Mexico registered 1,890 confirmed cases yesterday, April 5th. According to John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html there has been 79 deaths, that is