Yesterday morning we pulled out of LaPaz early and headed for Todos Santos. There is this wonderful little “truck stop” that I have been going to for over 18 years. It was first introduced to me by one of the other new salesmen from Club Cascadas, who being Mexican, he just knew that the food was going to be excellent. At that time, we were on our way to LaPaz to get our license to sell timeshare. Since that time, I’ve been getting back to eat there any chance I get. The first time there, they had dirt floors, chickens running in and out from under the tables, a couple of dogs laying around, and at least 4 cats rubbing your leg looking for a hand out. Now, they still have that dirt floor but all the animals are either gone or hidden somewhere. The food is still EXCELLENT and the service is great. Louise started talking to a lady that seemed to be running the place and telling her how long we have been coming in. She was very excited to hear that and insisted that there was to be no charge for our breakfast, even as I objected, she insisted even more… Pretty nice place and as always, great people…and as always, we will be back. Another 10 miles down the highway we came to Todos Santos. Frank and Lynn, from Coeur d’Alene Idaho, have a place here and about this time of year they are having their Gourmet Mexican Cooking classes. We knew we would have a little trouble getting the motor home into their little neighborhood, so we found a place along side the main street in town and unhooked the “toad”. Now we are ready for some 4 wheelin… we found Frank and Lynn heavy into cleaning up their home after the summer storms, and with only a few more days to go before the people start to arrive for their classes, we didn’t stick around too long. We told them we would try to help, but their answer to that was “believe me when I say we can do it faster by ourselves, but thanks anyway”…we’re gone… Cabo San Lucas here we come.