We took off around 11:00 a.m. and while there was not a line going into Mexico...there was already a long line to cross to the United States.
Surprisingly we did not have to wait long at the beauty shop either. She was just finishing up with a client and had another who was having highlights done and was sitting waiting for it to develop? Have no idea if that is the proper term.
If you are a gentlemen and prefer to go to a barber shop they have those too. For $35.00 pesos the equivalent of (35.00 divided by 12.52)...$2.80 US dollars you can get a haircut.
Most groceries stores have what has come to be called "Martes de Frutas y Verduras" which translates to Tuesday of Fruits and Vegetables...we decided to go to Gutierrez and check out their specials.
I guess I could of paid with US dollars but I do not like to do that. Therefore we only bought a few items such as: tomatoes, lettuce, onions, serranos, nopalitos (cactus), carrots, bananas, bolillos and sweet bread.
I was under the impression that dogs or for that matter any animal...had to be restrained but apparently not as she crossed with no problems.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.