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Old 08-07-2017, 10:13 PM   #41
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Two of 4 caught today.

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Man that's awesome- can't wait for this trip! Staying in character with my handle (CON KSO), I'm going to sponsor cheeseburgers for my dinner night. Anybody else got their dinner night contribution figured out?
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Old 08-08-2017, 06:30 AM   #42
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Man that's awesome- can't wait for this trip! Staying in character with my handle (CON KSO), I'm going to sponsor cheeseburgers for my dinner night. Anybody else got their dinner night contribution figured out?
I'll try for shrimp and scollops, Seafood Tacos. On another note RomSpaceNut is looking for a ride for this trip, but he can only go for a week. So if two weeks was too long for you and you wanted to do shorter trip you might look him up. Tight Lines amigos.
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Old 08-08-2017, 06:21 PM   #43
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Grilled pollo adobade

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Smoked ham hock pinto beans
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Old 08-08-2017, 06:36 PM   #44
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Good lord the food sounds amazing. Any way you guys can stay longer? Until Xmas maybe?
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Old 08-09-2017, 10:03 AM   #45
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Good lord the food sounds amazing. Any way you guys can stay longer? Until Xmas maybe?
Don't I wish, then leave for Mag Bay from your place. Dreams don't always come true. Tight Lines amigo see you soon, TOMORROW is my last full day here at the nursing home, Baja here I come.
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Old 08-09-2017, 03:22 PM   #46
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Put me down for the first day.

I will cook gumbo and other stuff maybe some surprises.
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Old 08-09-2017, 03:53 PM   #47
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Put me down for the first day.

I will cook gumbo and other stuff maybe some surprises.
The first night at Ross's place AND thanksgiving, but I will help with that. Jeff are you doing pumpkin pie?
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Old 08-09-2017, 05:11 PM   #48
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The first night at Ross's place AND thanksgiving, but I will help with that. Jeff are you doing pumpkin pie?
I doubt I will have time for that nor oven space for it but I can probably do some desserts and can bring my air fryer for that.
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Old 08-16-2017, 11:05 PM   #49
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Going to call the mexican consulate tomorrow and have them explain...

Exactly what paperwork I need to go through the border both ways passport visa FMM pass unsure please explain on what I need to do to stay legal and how long is a passport good for....right now this is just a one time trip....
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Old 08-17-2017, 01:36 AM   #50
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You will need a passport to get the FMM. You can get the FMM at either at the the border Immigration office or can be purchased online. Either way you have to stop at Immigration to purchase or have it stamped. Generally a quick process.. A US passport is good for 10 years from date of issue. If you don't have a passport you better start that process now because unless you expedite it, at a higher cost, it can take a couple months. The FMM is good for up to 180 days. Mexican car insurance is also required. You will only be asked for proof of that if you are in an accident. Getting back into the states only requires a passport and patience.
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Old 08-18-2017, 10:36 AM   #51
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If you have to wait for your passport, I would highly recommend applying for SENTRI card as well.


After the first trip to Baja with the gang, you will more likely go back.

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If you have to wait for your passport, I would highly recommend applying for SENTRI card as well.


after the first trip to Baja with the gang, you will more likely go back.
Hmmmmm. Can you apply for SENTRI without a passport?
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You know I did not think about that when I posted above.

I checked my original application, and it asked for the passport number.

Looks like you need the passport first.
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Global entry may be faster to obtain and there are more places that are available to interview. Many say you can get it faster and easier than sentries with the same benefits.
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Old 08-18-2017, 06:16 PM   #55
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Old 08-21-2017, 01:49 PM   #56
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The mexican consulate is not where I needed to go....but

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Exactly what paperwork I need to go through the border both ways passport visa FMM pass unsure please explain on what I need to do to stay legal and how long is a passport good for....right now this is just a one time trip....
I gother done....plus flying $165
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Old 09-15-2017, 09:17 PM   #57
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Here's a trophy for the largest yellowtail taken over Thanksgiving in Asuncion. I am commissioning the guy to do one for Calico Bass too but I may have to bust him out of re-hab .

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Another trip I will hopefully make one day
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Here's a trophy for the largest yellowtail taken over Thanksgiving in Asuncion. I am commissioning the guy to do one for Calico Bass too but I may have to bust him out of re-hab .

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Do you know what kind of rock he makes these carvings out of? What kind of tools? How long does it take to carve them? Nice work.
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Do you know what kind of rock he makes these carvings out of? What kind of tools? How long does it take to carve them? Nice work.
He uses a hammer and chisel and some kind of electric grinder. The rock is a come out of a local quarry and is used for patios and walkways. I think it is called "roka laya". He works fairly quickly. Something like this would take a couple days to complete. Maybe three because there is some staining involved
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