Whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm calling foul.... I don't usually care about stuff like this but"Welcome to Mexico - the land of personal responsibility*." - Edwin
* Roughly translates to: "You screw up down here - don't bother calling 911."
You are absolutely right. I should have quote you properly when I said it in front of JT. I think I heard from you when we did the Peguis ride and M. Winer crashed his bike on that bridge. Therefore, I apologize.BTW, your message folder is full and could not send an answer to your question. I have no idea why it is doing it!
There is a large Mennonite community in Cuauhtémoc.I had no idea there was serious horticulture going on around Cuatemoc. Apple orchards go on for miles around 7K feet elevation. High density, drip irrigated, trellised with shade cloth…miles of shade cloth.
Also saw some first rate row crop operations using center pivot irrigation and several large cattle feedlot facilities. Yeah…I can't help it...it's an A&M thing.
I spotted some of these folks as we passed through. All wearing their traditional attire just as they do here. It started to make sense about then. When Asgro builds a colored rock logo on the side of a hill...you can bet somebody around there is buying a bunch of seed.There is a large Mennonite community in Cuauhtémoc.
I wonder if this were some of their works.