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Hello Friends, from the top of beautiful Cerro Pelon ❤️The Monarch migration has been extra beautiful this year. We rode horses up the mountain and then walked the rest of the way to this extraordinary location, a rocky precipice overlooking Zitacuaro. This is our amazing guide Arturo – you can’t access the mountain top without a guide. We are above the tree line looking down and Monarchs are swirling all around. @monarchs_in_mexico
My husband Tom and I returned from filming Monarchs in Mexico very late Monday night. The first day back was pasta making for Saint Joseph Day at the Groppos and spending time with our son Alex and granddaughter Charlotte. Yesterday and today I’ve been pouring through the footage to add to the film. I’ll write some posts about beautiful Mexico, the fantastic JM Butterfly B and B, and the magnificent Monarchs as soon as I have time to sort through the photos. It was an adventure of a lifetime!
I was most worried about torturing Tom and wasn’t entirely sure we would have uninterrupted internet access so he could work remotely, but he had the best time meeting new people, riding horses up the mountain, climbing Cerro Pelon, and practicing his Spanish!