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Patti and her husband“Pancho Villa” (nicknamed by the vendors for his mustache) arrived Texas on the Triumph and delivered some backpacks full of school supplies and yarn.  The vendors had great fun teasing Pancho about his mustache.

The remainder of her group (6) didn’t make it to shore as they were whisked off on their tours directly from the pier.  These logistical changes are causing some issues for both those who want to make a difference here with the children and me who needs to find them.

This part of the program is at risk of disappearing as the city and Autoprogreso make changes to the process with cruise ship passengers.  As the months pass by I will assess how it is working and decide about the future.