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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Behind Closed Doors

Patzcuaro's Hidden Treasures

This year we will be volunteering again with the Colonial Home Tour, to benefit the Hogar Tata Vasco (foster home/orphanage) and ninos de patzcuaro lunch program for children in need. If you are in the area, this is something not to be missed.



Here are a couple of pictures to wet your appetite. Please click on the pictures for a larger view, the small size does not do them justice!


Remember it's more than just the homes. It's also the courtyards, the gardens, the folkart collections that go back generations!

AN EVENT NOT TO BE MISSED!
Friday,October 31, 2008
Proceeds to benefit Casa Hogar Tata Vasco (foster home/orphanage) and ninos de patzcuaro lunch program for children in need.
Tour of 7 Colonial Mansions
Tours begin at10.30 a.m. departing every 15 mins.
last tour leaves at 12:00 p.m.
Departs from Museo de artes e Industrias Populares
Approximate time of tour is 1.5 hours
Cost $100 pesos per person.
¡ Don´t miss it! ¡See you there!





9 comments:

Steve Cotton said...

You are tempting me to make a visit -- soon.

Todd said...

Come on down!!


Todd

Deb Hall ~ Zocalo Folk Art said...

Todd, I finally have a minute to check in and your photos are GORGEOUS (and you humbly say nothing as we chat). So good to see you and lovin' "tu blog-o".

Todd said...

Thanks Deb, that is very kind.
But after comparing them to yours and to Billies, I think I still have a ways to go! And it is always a pleasure running in to you! Lets do what we can to see that it happens more often!

Todd

Billie said...

Hey, Todd, we were staying at El Refugio and were in our casita as some of the home tours came through. Darn, wish we would have met. And your photos are very nice.

Todd said...

Billie, I am so sad I missed you.
Hopefully we will get another chance!

I was doing a tour in one of the other homes, but you might have seen Shannon coming by with a group while you were there.

Thanks for the compliment on the pictures, coming from you that means a lot!!!

Todd

Anonymous said...

I just love your photographs, Todd. Beautiful.

Todd said...

Thanks Heather!

Anonymous said...

Really nice pictures you made Todd.
Always wanted to visit Mexico now even more.
Perhaps some day we will come your way.
Greetings from The Netherlands
Deborah Fab

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