Friday, December 29, 2006

Mi Casa in Mazatlán, México!


Target Date: January 7, 2007!

I realize that I'm violating the rule of posting photographs from one's own city only, but since it may be awhile before I'm able to establish a Mazatlán Daily Photo Blog I assume it's acceptable. So my friends, here it is--my humble abode in the heart of El Centro in Mazatlán!! (I'll keep posting from St. Paul until I leave, though!)

23 comments:

  1. What a beautiful picture, Kate! You should start a Mazatlan Daily Photo too.

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  2. A building that shows some character. Love the colors and enjoy your time away from the, I'd like to say snow, but heh, that hasn't been a problem....YET!

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  3. elle est superbe, des couleurs magnifiques. j'espere que tu pourras poster du mexique.

    it is superb, of the splendid colors. I hope that you will be able poster of Mexico.

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  4. Su casa muy bonita Kate. How exciting it will be to live there. I'm looking forward to hearing all about life there.

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  5. WOW now that is a cute place. And very bright. Hope you do continue to post from Mazatlan. :)

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  6. Kate..at times you can let yourself to post from Mazatlan...its wonderful:) And if you have 365 photos a year..and a few of them are not strictly St. Paul....then what? :)

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  7. Mi casa es tu casa Kate. My house ir your house dear Kate.

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  8. It looks so...so...Mexican!!! Ok, I won't report you to the DP authorities if you promise to show us more;-)
    BTW - my post today is also about colors.

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  9. Can I go with you? Please, please, please, please. I've been a good boy this year, I know I have! :)

    Now, I tried to locate Mazatlan on mapquest.com, but I got 9 different locations.

    Anyway: Happy New Year Kate, Jim and the rest of your family and friends.

    Now go and get drunk. :)

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  10. Rules are made to broken. At least that is what I tell my grandchildren, much to my daughter's dismay!

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  11. Matt, I think Mazatlan is on the Baja Peninsula, near Carbo San Lucas. Maybe Kate can confirm that.

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  12. Kate, thank you for your kind and meaningful comments on my last post. I guess that is why I enjoy posting on the blog. I feel I have a world-wide circle of friends.
    Have a great day.

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  13. A gorgeous colonial house. i like that tropical color. It looks like summer has been there all the time. I have seen lots of similar houses while visiting Cuba so I know the feeling more or less. You surely are going to have superb holidays down in Mexico (thinking of a James Taylor song right now :)
    Best wishes my dear friend and Happy New Year. And the countdown keeps ruuunning!

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  14. Beautiful photos. You have talent. Greetings from the other side of town (Minnetonka.)

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  15. You will have very pretty, colorful digs for your winter in Mexico. I hope you CAN show us some photos from there.

    Happy New Year :)

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  16. What a beautiful photo..I love the brilliant colors

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  17. Kate, while you are in Mazatlan that IS your home city, so please do continue to post, if you can figure out how.

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  18. Your lovely house makes me think to an ice-cream: apricot and strawberry!

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  19. really is wonderful kate! I can't wait to see what you see from the windows. the colours make it all so cheery. I'm sure the views are equally as colourful. how many days more?

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  20. Very cool that we can picture you there, Kate! I hope you'll post more photos from there.

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  21. Kate, was that an open invitation to come and visit you at Mazatlan.

    I had the best fish and shrimp tacos there many years ago. I am ready have them again.

    Now, I will have some serious competition in the color department, if we take your teaser photo as an example.

    Please, tell us more about your new home.

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  22. it looks so cozy!!!

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  23. Beautiful picture, Kate! This building remember me the countries buildings in my country. I made two posts with some of them. You can see those photos at: http://leavesgrass.blogspot.com/2006/12/so-jos-do-rio-pardo-so-paulo-state.html and also at
    http://leavesgrass.blogspot.com/2006/11/old-houses-casas-antigas.html

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