Looking Forward to Summer Green at Lake Chapala

December 17, 2013

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Hi Everyone,

December is full of fun at Lake Chapala with all the parades, fiestas,and celebrations  at all the towns and villages along the shores of our beautiful lake.

Fast Fact: Did you know that Lake Chapala covers over 400 square miles?

I do enjoy this time of year. With so much going on in the area and employees getting their Christmas Bonuses and mini Christmas Vacation so they have time to spend their bonuses it’s indeed a happy, busy time of the year.

As much fun as it is, my most favorite time is the summer rainy season. Judging from that last sentence you may think I’m a little weird preferring rainy weather to Christmas fun. What’s wrong with Sid?

Actually, while we do have some heavy rains during the summer months, it almost always just rains at night, so we get to wake up to a freshly washed morning.

Want proof of just how beautiful a freshly washed morning can be…?

Look no further than the video below to see what I mean. The freshness can be
smelled in the cleanly washed morning air as well. (Sorry, no smell-a-vision yet.)

But, take a few minutes to soak up the Summer Green of Lake Chapala at least vicariously while you enjoy the below video. I think you’ll be glad you did.

OK, Here’s the video. Tu amigo, Sid

  • Mark Terry

    Thanks Sid. You posted the video once before, but it was well worth watching it again. Aloha.

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